A new waterside village for Greenwich
A spectacular combination of brilliant architecture, breathtaking views, and sophisticated living space surrounded by water on three sides.
New Capital Quay is London’s most exciting new waterside village in years, with a seemingly endless supply of luxury amenities and facilities.
A brand new flagship Waitrose has opened this summer, further increasing the convenience and splendour of living at New Capital Quay.
New Capital Quay is a dynamic fusion for owner/occupier or investor seeking the ultimate in long term regeneration potential... with the unequivocal distinction of a residential investment a Royal Borough.
New Capital Quay is one of London’s must see residential addresses.
Designed to bring the Butler's Wharf lifestyle to Greenwich, New Capital Quay provides stunning new architecture skillfully recalling the maritime origins of the peninsula.
Using sleek curved facades, expanses of glass, metal and wood cladding, and prow style elevations, the buildings at New Capital Quay echo the sterns, prows, and sails of the historic ships once constructed and repaired on the site.
Positioned along the waterfront, surrounded by the Thameside walkway, wide boulevards, public squares, feature landscapes, and winter gardens, the apartments at New Capital Quay are something to behold.
Transport links to work and city fringe village life align beautifully at New Capital Quay to produce London’s number one spot for both work and play.
Just 3 minutes walk to Cutty Sark, a 10 minute train ride from Canary Wharf, and 15 minutes from London Bridge, New Capital Quay is in a great location.
Nothing is ever far way, whether its shopping in Greenwich Market, a live concert at the O2, a drink in a riverside 18th Century Tavern, a meal in the Village, or a bicycle ride through the Royal Park, you will find all you need close to New Capital Quay.
Spectacularly located on the River Thames waterfront with a historic and now vibrant village, river walks, a royal park, national heritage sites, trendy restaurants, bars, quirky street market, and proximity to the City it is no surprise that Greenwich is now so in demand.