Woolwich riverside towers rise ever more
After looking at Woolwich’s newest estate yesterday we today head over to the Thames to look at the latest with Berkeley Homes riverside towers.
Two out of three blocks now appear to be complete.
The tallest block of this stage has yet to complete, as can be seen above. This is closest to the Waterfront leisure centre, which itself will be demolished and replaced with towers after 2020.
Piling work has also now commenced on more towers which will be located on the former car park of Waterfront:
The new park above is named Maribor Park to commemorate links between the Slovenian city and Woolwich.
This is what will occupy this site:
And this shot shows Riverside House which has recently been sold by Greenwich Council:
Will we see complete demolition and a new tower or simply internal refit?
Below it can be seen between two new Berkeley Homes developments:
I’ve been in Woolwich a few times recently capturing these changes and more will appear in forthcoming posts.
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