Published on : Thursday, July 18, 2019
This will be the company’s highly anticipated second location in the capital that will introduce flexible leases from a single night up to 12 months into its model for the first time.
The Collective Canary Wharf will create a brand-new standard for co-living sector and it spans 21 storeys. It will be taking over from the Collective Old Oak in west London that was opened in 2016.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill a global architecture firm has designed it and the development is fully tech-enabled.
The Collective’s bespoke mobile app will provide a daily range of cultural and experiential event created for and curated by members.
Member can expect to experience cutting-edge technology throughout the building from a virtual reality golf simulator, to a multi-floor music venue quality immersive sound system, 9.2 surround sound cinema and dynamic mood lighting.
There will be real-time information to assist through the in-built data sensors, it will assist in optimizing the use of spaces and minimize energy consumption.
One can also avail food and beverage offerings a mix of small and large plates, food carts will also remain available. Diners can avail new options on a daily basis from its ever changing menu.
On level 20 is London’s highest swimming pool, it has an adjoining bar providing views of the London skyline, a spa with sauna, gym, aerial silks studio and a mindfulness zone.
The Collective’s founder and chief executive, Reza Merchant, said that their mission at the Collective is to build and activate spaces that foster human connection and enable people to lead more fulfilling lives.
They are offering an opportunity to be a part of the thriving community where guests can make the Collective their home for a night or a few months.
The launch of the Collective Canary Wharf is a key pillar of the Collective’s ambitious global expansion plans.
The company has grown its global portfolio to a combined gross development value of £2.7 billion in the past 12 months.