CTBUH Silver Member

Canary Wharf Group, PLC

About

Member Since: 2006

Member Offices: London

Website: http://www.canarywharf.com/

Canary Wharf Group plc (CWG) is an integrated property development, investment and management group of companies. It has achieved one of the greatest feats of civic transformation – developing previously derelict docklands into over 16 million square feet of office, retail and leisure space across its iconic business and shopping district in inner London.

In the last two decades it has developed more top-quality office space in London than any other company, helping to position the capital as one of the best places in the world to locate a business.

CWG has developed more than 240 shops, bars, cafes and restaurants at Canary Wharf, including many of the world’s leading brands. It runs over 100 performing arts and events annually, most of which are free. More than 60 art works by 45 artists and designers are on public display throughout the Estate.

Fields of Expertise

Construction / Contractor; Developer; Owner (Buildings, Land)

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

2006

Member Offices

  • London

Buildings

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

One Canada Square

236 m / 774 ft

2

Newfoundland Place

219.7 m / 721 ft

3

One Park Drive

204.9 m / 672 ft

4

25 Canada Square

201 m / 659 ft

5

8 Canada Square

199.5 m / 655 ft

6

40 Charter Street

185.1 m / 607 ft

7

20 Fenchurch Street

160.1 m / 525 ft

8

Ten Bank Street

160 m / 525 ft

9

One Churchill Place

156.3 m / 513 ft

10

25 Bank Street

153 m / 502 ft

Associated companies

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

One Canada Square

London

236 m

774 ft

2

Newfoundland Place

London

220 m

721 ft

3

One Park Drive

London

205 m

672 ft

4

One Park Place

London

204 m

669 ft

5

25 Canada Square

London

201 m

659 ft

6

8 Canada Square

London

200 m

655 ft

7

40 Charter Street

London

185 m

607 ft

8

1 Park Place

London

166 m

545 ft

9

20 Fenchurch Street

London

160 m

525 ft

10

Ten Bank Street

London

160 m

525 ft

11

One Churchill Place

London

156 m

513 ft

12

25 Bank Street

London

153 m

502 ft

12

40 Bank Street

London

153 m

502 ft

14

10 Upper Bank Street

London

151 m

495 ft

15

10 Park Drive

London

149 m

488 ft

16

1 Bank Street

London

143 m

469 ft

17

10 George Street

London

128 m

420 ft

18

25 Churchill Place

London

118 m

387 ft

19

33 Canada Square

London

105 m

344 ft

20

KPMG Canary Wharf

London

69 m

227 ft

21

Park Place

London

- m

- ft

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Canary Wharf Group

CTBUH UK Future Leaders Committee Presents: How Have We Adapted to Become Resilient During our Toughest Time?

17 June 2020

The CTBUH UK Chapter hosts a discussion on how different industries have adapted and what they have learned during current challenging times

CTBUH UK & ZHA: Tall Towers as Catalysts for Social Interaction

08 May 2017

Zaha Hadid Architects and CTBUH UK hosted an event in the ZHA gallery space, featuring presentations and a panel discussion on tall towers as catalysts for social intercation.

One Canada Square + Canary Wharf Technical Tour Report

13 June 2013

A tour of Canary Wharf is an object lesson in the kind of place-making that can stem from the exploitation of an increasing rarity and developer’s delight: a 100-acre blank space in a major metropolitan area.

20 Fenchurch Technical Tour Report

13 June 2013

Set to complete in 2014, 20 Fenchurch Street is already a feature of the London skyline. The 38-story, 177-meter tower has been nicknamed “The Walkie Talkie” because of its distinctive shape.

CTBUH Releases Analysis of Global Population and Tall Buildings

13 April 2011

Tall buildings are spreading across the globe at an ever-increasing rate. This study demonstrates the relationship between population and tall buildings across those countries and presents information on the average height and age of each country’s tallest buildings.