The inner garden area on the WHOLE 27th floor: In Europe's tallest residential tower with 752 houses, a cinema and a putting green
- Prices start at £ 597,000 for a one-bed apartment in the Landmark Pinnacle Tower
- Exact values of the multi-million penthouses have not yet been published
- The inner garden is said to reflect a typical London garden square
- It occupies an entire level of the building on the 27th floor of the 75-story tower
- The court is 8,700 square meters and more than three times the size of a tennis court
What do you do when you live in the tallest residential tower in Europe and long for green spaces?
You venture into the twenty-seventh floor of the 75-story luxury building, in which the entire level is dedicated to an inner garden space.
The luxurious Landmark Pinnacle is located in London's Canary Wharf and the indoor garden area is said to be the first of its kind in the capital.
The development will include 752 apartments, with a one bedroom house available from GBP 597,000 and the majority completed before completion. The penthouses, the price of which is not yet certain, will cost millions.
Garden heights: The inner garden space occupies the entire twenty-seventh floor of the Canary Wharf Tower
The green space is said to reflect a typical – and desirable – London garden space and extends over an area of 8,700 square meters, which is more than three times the size of a tennis court.
The enormous space has to be seen to be believed and MailOnline Property visited the tower to see where the inner garden will be installed (see the video below).
The gardens are surrounded by lifts in the middle of the building and have floor-to-ceiling glass panels to make the most of the view.
The 240-meter tower has not yet been completed. The residents cannot move in until the end of next year.
For comparison: Big Ben is 96 meters high, the BT Tower 190 meters and the Shard 310 meters.
The changing landscape of Canary Wharf continues with Landmark Pinnacle, Europe's tallest residential tower
The inner garden at the Landmark Pinnacle will contain sofas and benches around trees, shrubs and plants, as well as a children's play area and a table tennis table.
Rami Atallah of Chalegrove Properties, the developer responsible for the tower, said: “The garden floor is like nothing else in London.
"This is the first of its kind in the capital to span such a large interior space and allow residents to enjoy it outdoors in any weather."
One of the most popular modern attractions in London is the Sky Garden at 20 Fenchurch Street – also known as the walkie-talkie building.
It's free, but requires booking and is not part of an apartment block. It is also not comparable to the Landmark Garden, which will be private.
The interior garden at Landmark Pinnacle offers sweeping views of the London skyline
The property will not be completed until next year when the residents can move in
Buyers have to dig deep into their pockets. Prices start at £ 597,000 for a one bedroom, 449 square meter apartment.
The values for an apartment spanning 1,075 square feet rise to £ 1,342,500. And then there are the penthouses that run in the millions, but the exact prices for these have not yet been announced.
There are 752 houses available for purchase in the tower, of which more than 600 have already been sold – before the tower is completed, which will be at the end of next year.
Prices start at £ 597,000 for a one bed apartment, with values for the penthouses not yet specified
Mr. Atallah added, "The building offers the kind of 360-degree aspect that you normally only get when you fly into town."
The view from the top includes the River Thames as well as famous buildings like The Shard, St. Paul’s and Tower Bridge.
Shoppers have on-site access to a variety of other residents' facilities that only they have access to, including rooftop gardens, a movie theater and gym, a golf simulator and virtual putting green, and two private dining areas.
Shoppers have access to a variety of other residents' facilities, including a movie theater
There are 752 apartments available for sale in the tower, of which more than 600 have already been sold
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