Guide to living in Tower Bridge & South Bank

The Tower Bridge and South Bank area offers easy travel around London with fantastic restaurants and markets. It is home to many of the most famous theatres, museums and art galleries in London. Residents are drawn to the riverside living and the excellent lifestyle the area offers.

About Tower Bridge & South Bank

The area is home to a diverse population with a large percentage being city workers taking advantage of the easy commute. The range of properties available also varies from new build apartments overlooking the river to warehouse conversions.  

Properties in Tower Bridge

Whether you are looking for a modern riverside penthouse, converted warehouse or traditional Georgian, Victoria and Edwardian building, Tower Bridge and South Bank have it all. When the last warehouse closed in the early 1970s, a regeneration programme took place developing them into attractive riverside apartments or commercial and retail units. Some of the more popular developments include Butlers Wharf, Tea Trade Wharf and Spice Quay Heights. The area is still increasing in popularity, with demand being reflected in new builds such as One Tower Bridge.

Cobbled streets and historic pubs add character that contrasts harmoniously with modern, new buildings such as the imposing Shard. Attractions such as the Tate Modern, the National Theatre and Borough Market pull in tourists, creating a buzz — especially on the weekends.


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Living in Tower Bridge

“The market in Tower Bridge remains buoyant, with properties selling in a sensible time frame. The area offers good value compared to other central London postcodes, and being close to the City and Canary Wharf means it works well as a second home or as a primary residence.” James Hyman, head of residential agency.

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