Earlier this week the site looked at large blocks going up on Wellington Street, and in a sort-of follw up looking at changes in Woolwich today looks at the tower and new-builds over at Callis Yard near Lidl and the Waterfront Leisure Centre.The main tower is a little taller than adjacent Riverside House which has recently been sold by Greenwich Council.
Building heights drop from the tower down towards MacBean Street.
The site was formerly a council yard and the stables building has been retained and renovated.
Here’s how the tower should look upon completion.
As reported last week, it could soon see another neighbor at Mortgramit Square:
Hopefully revisions will see a more considerate approach, with the facades and lane retained and new building set back. Active frontages could see this as a permanent area for bars and food stalls.
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