Carpenters Wharf
Made of character
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made for style
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made for exploring
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made for entertaining
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made for individuals
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made for mornings
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made locally
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made for living
Carpenters Wharf
Carpenters Wharf
Made with craft
Carpenters Wharf

35 Canalside1, 2 & 3 BedApartmentsRootedin cultureMade ofcharacter

Beautifully crafted canalside apartments

Carpenters Wharf brings canalside living to one of London’s most vibrant, creative and artistic communities, entrenched in industrial heritage and surrounded by galleries and bars.
The history and culture of London meet here, with 35 private apartments, communal areas and workspace across six floors, on the former site of a renowned furniture maker, just opposite Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Prices from£600,000*
Made with craft

The architecture of Carpenters Wharf is rooted in the industrial character of Fish Island, combined with bold and contemporary design to create a distinctive collection of apartments, in keeping with the unique aesthetic of Fish island’s factories & warehouses.

Carpenters Wharf – Building Facade

Set to be a landmark development for the area, the iconic exposed wooden frame, darkened timber cladding and pitched roof of Carpenters Wharf echoes the character of canalside warehouses – while the red and black brickwork complements the surrounding industrial buildings.

  • 35 beautifully crafted private apartments
  • Prime waterfront location
  • Attention-to-detail
  • High-spec materials
  • Floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Private balcony, winter garden or terrace
  • Ample bike storage
  • Waterside Cafe
  • Communal roof garden

Inspired by the past

For fifty years the site of Carpenters Wharf was home to furniture makers A. Younger, who shipped timber down the canals to this location and crafted it into sideboards, tables and chairs. They combined pride in craftsmanship and detail, with a forward-thinking approach to design. The site was also once home to Carlton London, the international footwear brand – their name still emblazoned on the red brick chimney tower next to Carpenters Wharf.

Carpenters Wharf – Carlton Tower
Made for exploring

Number 90

Just along the canal, Number 90 offers great food and a tempting drinks menu, including creative cocktails to take you through the night (or day).

Discover London's Newest Cultural Quarter

Tech hubs, theatres, shopping centres, sports centres, parks, picturehouses, bars, bookshops – head in any direction and you will find endless contrasts, all linked by canalside walks and open spaces. This is a place where trends are set and London is at its most experimental. Every time you venture out, there are new things to discover in E3.

Number 90

Just along the canal, Number 90 offers great food and a tempting drinks menu, including creative cocktails to take you through the night (or day).

Canalside Life

Canalside living offers a laidback perspective on East London. Stroll across the footbridges to explore Hackney Wick, the Olympic Park and over 75km of canal paths.

Street Art

The local art scene extends indoors and outdoors, with celebrated artists turning walls and pavements into colourful canvases.

Park Life

You’re never far from green space with 560 acres of parkland at the Olympic Park, and Victoria Park a three-minute bike ride away.

Here East

Part of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Here East is the new home for London’s makers – 1.2 million square feet of start-ups, tech giants, entrepreneurs and education centres.

Howling Hops

10 tanks, 10 beers, a 10-metre bar, and less than 10 minutes away – welcome to Howling Hops, the UK’s first dedicated tank bar.

Westfield Stratford City

Head to Westfield for nearly two million square feet of flagship stores and eateries – one of the biggest shopping centres in Europe.

H. Forman & Son

Family business H. Forman & Son is Britain’s oldest salmon curer. You can’t miss their salmon-pink building, which houses a smokehouse, restaurant and events space.


The best way to explore the local area is by bike. Head to Bamboo Bicycle Club to build your own bike and see the area’s craft culture in action.

Olympic Park

The 2012 legacy lives on in the world-class facilities of the Olympic Park, now home to the world’s longest tunnel slide at the Arcelor Mittal Orbit.

Crate Brewery

The brewery and its unique upcycled bar are a local institution. The pizzas here are as experimental and exceptional as the beers.

Food & Drink

With more than 70 local bars, cafés and restaurants to choose from, there’s something to match every taste.

Green Spaces

Finding fresh air is easy in Hackney Wick – being part of London’s greenest borough.

    Vast stretches of towpaths along the canals make this a great place to explore on foot, taking in the colourful waterways, old locks, canal boats and wildlife en route.

    1 min

    Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

    8 mins

    Hackney Wick Station

    21 mins

    Stratford International

    23 mins

    Westfield Stratford City

    24 mins

    Pudding Mill Lane Station

    Whether its exploring or commuting, the area is perfect for cyclists. With bridges and cycle paths connecting Fish Island to Hackney Wick, Stratford and further afield into Canary Wharf, the city and beyond.

    2 mins

    Victoria Park

    7 mins

    Here East

    10 mins

    Westfield Stratford City

    18 mins

    Canary Wharf

    21 mins

    The City

    The fast and well connected Jubilee line is minutes away, offering access to the airport, the City and the rest of London. With the Elizabeth line due imminently, connections across the capital and beyond will be even better.

    18 mins

    King’s Cross St Pancras Station

    20 mins

    Liverpool Street Station

    22 mins

    Canary Wharf Station

    27 mins

    London City Airport Station

    31 mins

    Bond Street Station

    Walking and cycling times are calculated from Carpenters Wharf. Source: tfl.gov.uk Train times are calculated from Hackney Wick Station. Source: tfl.gov.uk

    Made of character


    020 8525 8272



    Carpenters Wharf, Roach Road,
    Fish Island Hackney Wick, London, E3

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