22 Marsh Wall

24 Marsh Wall, also known as The Landmark, is a pair of residential skyscrapers in Docklands, London; they are among the tallest structures in the city.

The Landmark, 24 Marsh Wall
General information
LocationLondon, E14
United Kingdom
Roof140 m (460 ft) and 98 m (322 ft)
Technical details
Floor count44 and 30
Floor area276 apartments
Design and construction
ArchitectSquire and Partners
Structural engineerManhire Associates


Designed by architects Squire and Partners in conjunction with Hoare Lea (M&E Consulting Engineers) and Manhire Associates (Structural Engineers), the taller eastern tower is 140 m (459 ft) with 44 storeys, making it one of Europe's tallest residential buildings,[1] and its shorter neighbour to the west is 98 m (322 ft) with 30 storeys. The towers are located on the south-western edge of the Canary Wharf estate, close to the River Thames and a short walk from the 280,000 m² (3 million square feet) office development, Riverside South.


By August 2007 all 276 apartments had been reserved.[1] Luxury shops occupy the ground floor, fully encompassed within a glass-covered piazza. A 24-hour concierge and residents' gymnasium are among the development's other features.

In 2007, the development received recognition as the Best High Rise Development and Best High Rise Architecture in the Daily Mail UK Property Awards.[1][2] It was finished in 2010.


  1. "Canary Wharf's 45 storey residential landmark". easier.com. 31 August 2007. Retrieved 24 October 2009.
  2. "Winners of 2007". International Residential Property Awards. Retrieved 24 October 2009.

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