Apartments to Rent in E14
Vertus offers modern apartments to rent in E14 that place our residents near all the attractions this diverse and colourful area offers. Explore our three buildings:10 George Street, 8 Water Street, and Newfoundland.
10 George Street is home to a thriving residential community and rises 37 storeys above Wood Wharf, one of the newest neighbourhoods in the E14 area. Featuring 327 apartments, each of the balconies overlooks waterside gardens and boardwalks. These e14 flats also provide access to a bar, gym, guest suites, a private lounge and dining room, and an expansive south-facing terrace which make up some of Vertus Plus' exclusive amenities.
8 Water Street is the first pet-friendly address in Canary Wharf, E14. It’s home to 174 apartments with views of blue and green spaces, a landscaped private garden, and Water Square’s floating pavilions. This address boasts a spacious roof terrace, and residents here enjoy complimentary membership to the Estate’s Third Space health club.
Our Newfoundland apartments rise 58 storeys above the River Thames, offering unrivalled views across Canary Wharf and docklands. Residents here enjoy a spacious terrace, a full equipped gym, spin studio, private lounge and dining room, self-service bar, screening room, and a safe and stimulating ‘kidult’ play area for children.
Things to Do in E14
The greater docklands E14 London area is becoming an increasingly popular residential area, as it offers access to an abundance of premier attractions, festivals, restaurants, bars, retail facilities, spas, gyms, and exclusive produce markets.
There is a wealth of things to do in E14 for residents of all ages and interests. Canary Wharf, one part of the greater E14 area code, is known as London’s premier destination for dining, drinking and entertainment. There is plenty of choice on offer for working professionals, families, couples, groups, pets and more.
Some of the latest activities and events in the area include Winter Lights festival the seventh consecutive edition of the beloved interactive art show transforming dark nights into a bright spectacle across the Canary Wharf estate (18th – 28th January 2023). Art lovers will appreciate the UK for Ukraine: Support Through Art exhibition and many other art exhibits throughout the year, and thrill-seekers can get their adrenaline pumping with activities at Capital Karts and ice skating.
If you’re seeking activities for the kids to enjoy, there’s a myriad of exciting activities. The Children’s Art Trail will delight children and adults alike and the Children’s Old Flo Quiz and Artbook will encourage them to explore the artistic process and the histories of renowned local works.
There's a wealth of parks, gardens and boardwalks to explore across the Canary Wharf estate too. Find sanctuary in the city.
Places to Eat in E14
When it comes to places to eat in E14, the Estate offers dozens of classic, contemporary, and modern bars and restaurants to invigorate the senses. Some of the locals’ favourite picks include Six by Nico, Amerigo Vespucci, Boisdale of Canary Wharf, Feels Like June, and Emilia’s Crafted Pasta. If you’re on the hunt for expertly brewed coffee to start your day, then 640 East is the place for you.
Better still, there is ongoing development in the E14 area, which means that new places to eat, drink, socialise and relax are always opening and eager to welcome you. Keep an eye out for trendy and inspiring new restaurants, bars and cafés that promise to excite your taste buds.
Transport Links In and Around E14
It has never been easier to travel from the E14 district to different parts of London – and even outside of London for day trips and weekend excursions. The area offers strong transport links around the city, including airport transfer in London E14.
The Canary Wharf Jubilee line station offers swift and reliable connections to areas like London Bridge (7 minutes), Westminster (13 minutes), Green Park (15 minutes), Bond Street (17 minutes), and Baker Street (20 minutes). This line has interchanges with all other London Underground lines, making getting around simple and stress-free. The Elizabeth line offers convenient connections into the West End and Heathrow (45 minutes) too.
Q: Where is E14 in London?
A: E14 is a postcode that covers a large area of east London. It includes regions like the Isle of Dogs, Canary Wharf, Blackwall, Limehouse, Poplar, and Leamouth.
Q: What zone is E14 in London?
A: E14 and Canary Wharf are in Zone 2 of the London Underground map.
Q: How safe is E14 London?
A: The Economist’s Safe Cities Index cites London as the fourteenth safest city in the world, which means that E14 is an exceptionally safe place in which to live, work, and explore.
Q: Is it safe to live in Canary Wharf?
A: Being part of the greater London area, Canary Wharf is just as safe as the main city itself. Vertus residents also enjoy a 24/7 concierge service and on-site management to ensure their safety and satisfaction at all times. Canary Wharf is also a privately managed Estate.
Q: What is there to do in E14?
A: E14 is packed with activities, events, restaurants, bars, cafés, malls, gyms, and other attractions for working professionals and families alike. The Canary Wharf estate in particular hosts regular concerts, art exhibits, children’s activities, and festivals, and boasts many top-rated restaurants and luxury brand stores to explore.
Residents and visitors can enjoy sporting events and activities like go-karting and basketball, a variety of children’s learning resources, and seasonal community competitions and giveaways.