New Concordia Wharf

New Concordia Wharf

New Concordia Wharf was formerly a late Victorian grain warehouse. Originally built in 1882, restored and converted in 1982, it was one of the pioneering projects of the regeneration of Southwark’s former docklands. The Grade II listed development benefits from a 24-hour concierge, underground parking, communal roof terrace and swimming pool.

Located on the river, residents are spoilt for choice with an abundance of bars and restaurants within the area. Shad Thames is a quiet residential area only 15 minutes’ walk from the City. Riverside South Bank cultural quarter which stretches from the Design Museum down to Tate Modern is on the building's doorstep.

Transport Links

Underground links: Tower Hill (District and Circle Lines) and London Bridge (Northern and Jubilee Lines).

Rail links: London Bridge (National Rail) and Tower Gateway (DLR).

Bus links: There are numerous bus links providing extensive travel connections across London.

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