[Sponsored Article by JLL] City Island is a unique new riverside development in London. Situated just 2 minutes from London’s Canary Wharf, City Island is perfectly placed to appeal to those working in the financial and professional services industry. A unique offering, the entire island will be designed and branded in such a way to set it apart in terms of lifestyle and design. Faraday and Foundry Building - The latest release comprises of two 18-storey towers offering a selection of 1 bed suites, 1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom apartments. Designed with a warehouse aesthetic, the apartments offer timeless quality with an urban edge. Residents at City Island are able to enjoy the exclusive City Island Club. With this comes access to a range of elegantly designed private facilities including a clubhouse, a gym, a screening room and grocers shop, as well as various sports facilities, pools and gardens. This is contemporary waterside living at its best. Excellent connections mean that a 2 minute stroll over the new Lea Bridge brings residents to major hub station Canning Town which is on both the Jubilee Line and DLR, providing direct access to Canary Wharf (4 mins), City Airport (7 mins) and the City (15 mins) and the rest of central London. Connectivity is soon to be further enhanced by Crossrail at nearby Custom House. Inspired by the landscape and the heritage of the area, City Island is designed to be bold and iconic, making a powerful statement on the Thames skyline with its trademark seafaring-inspired red used throughout the architecture and public realm. City Island will be a dramatic new cityscape, rising at the point where the Thames meets the river Lea and set against stunning views of Canary Wharf and the City of London’s iconic skyscrapers. For further information, please contact Jones Lang LaSalle on +852 3759 0909 Remarks: Travel times are approximate. Please refer to www.tfl.gov.uk , www.crossrail.co.uk or www.walkit.com for further information. Our sales representatives for overseas property work exclusively in relation to properties outside Hong Kong and are not therefore licensed under the Estate Agents Ordinance to deal with Hong Kong properties. Details correct at time of publication.