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This modern development is perfectly located for City working and living. Situated on the bustling Commercial Road- minutes from Limehouse Station- Mission Court is within easy reach of the City and Canary Wharf. These luxurious- contemporary apartments are ideal for those who require easy access across the capital and would like to enjoy the vibrancy of London traditional Docklands culture. Mission Court is situated within a short walk of London finest riverside areas. A host of beautiful docks- basins and waterways are only minutes away. The local area is full of character- known as the Jewel in the Crown of the British Inland waterways network. The internationally renowned Regent Canal Dock- built in 1820- is the oldest dock still operating as originally planned. Now newly rejuvenated- the modern facilities complement the restaurants- pubs and bars that line the River Thames- offering excellent views over the tideway.The Limehouse Basin Marina; Known as the Jewel in the Crown of the Inland Waterways Network. This beautiful 90 berth marina has excellent modern facilities- surrounded with restaurants- bars and traditional London pubs. Gordon Ramseys the Narrow; Enjoy fine dining and gourmet cuisine in a warm and relaxed environment. The emphasis is on good quality food with traditional real ales and ciders. Admire the riverside views of the Thames and dine on a classic British menu. - The Wapping Project An extraordinary site in the East End- Wapping Food is housed within a converted hydraulic power station and is theatrical in its approach to both food and the arts. 94 Luxury Serviced Apartments Marlin Apartments Mission Court offers a wide selection of luxury apartments to suit corporate and leisure guests. The apartments are all located around a large internal landscaped courtyard area perfect for socializing and relaxing.
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Canary Wharf - Docklands: London’s 21st-century waterside business district, Canary Wharf is best known for its cutting-edge architecture, including the 50-storey obelisk-shaped skyscraper, One Canada Square. Get there by the Docklands Light Railway, with elevated tracks giving wonderful views into a world of glass and steel. By contrast, historic Greenwich, home to the National Maritime Museum, is just across the Thames. A foot tunnel links the two.