Located at the heart of the prosperous business centre of Canary Wharf, Canada Square is a prime location for any office. Watched over by Canada Square One, the second tallest skyscraper in London and the UK, Canada Square is brimming with business potential thanks to an abundance of office space alongside fantastic transport connections.
Canary Wharf is one of London’s most important business districts and many buildings here are dedicated to corporate offices, ventures and pursuits at the highest level. As well as this however, Canada Square is also a thriving spot for entertainment and culture. Gigs and events are held here throughout the summer, while under the night skies of winter, an ice rink springs up. For everyday life, a host of eateries and bars attract discerning visitors, and many pass through the glass spires just to admire the striking and iconic skyscrapers.
Whatever your business, there are few office spaces as prestigious as those found around Canada Square.
As an important corporate neighbourhood, Canada Square boasts a large array of transport options. The DLR (Docklands Light Railway) takes passengers to Bank and beyond to the City of London, as well as to the London City Airport. Alongside that, the Canary Wharf underground station links Canada Square with the Jubilee underground line.
The London City Airport offers domestic and international flights from its terminal in the Royal Docks. It can be easily reached from Canary Wharf on the DLR.
Airport Code: LCY
Canada Square and by extension, Canary Wharf, are both serviced by the Canary Wharf underground station which connects this business district with Stratford to the east and the centre of London to the west. The DLR also departs from here, towards Bank in the north and Greenwich and Lewisham to the south.
A selection of bus services run out from around Canada Square and Canary Wharf with around 30 buses departing every hour during the busier periods, including one night bus.
Since Canada Square is found on the Isle of Dogs, a series of tunnels connect it to the rest of the city of London. To the south and under the Thames are the Rotherhithe and Blackwall tunnels, while the Limehouse Link and the Highway take drivers to the rest of the city.