A spectacular 36 storey tower located in the heart of Stratford, with far reaching vistas that stretch from Canary Wharf, round to The City, Queen Elizabeth Park and Westfield Stratford City.
Welcome to Stratosphere – a spectacular 36 storey tower located in the heart of Stratford, with far reaching vistas that stretch from Canary Wharf, round to The City, Queen Elizabeth Park and Westfield Stratford City.Set across two buildings, linked by a sophisticated double-height, glazed concierge & reception area, Stratosphere offers a luxurious collection of suites, one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses.STRATFORD CITYJust minutes from the centre of London, Stratford City is perfectly positioned for fast and easy access to Canary Wharf and The City, whilst rapidly defining itself as the most exciting and important new commercial quarter in the capital’s history.To assure success and to confirm its place as one of the most important new areas of London, it has enjoyed an unprecedented £21 billion of private and public sector investment in recent years, with a further £4 billion to follow over the next 15 years. The International Quarter, a new £1.3 billion commercial district in Stratford City, will become a vibrant new commercial hub, building on the Olympic legacy and creating in excess of 25,000 jobs, making it a major contributor to London’s growth after the Games.RECLASSIFICATION TO ZONE 2 TRANSPORT NETWORK IN JANUARY 2016Currently part of Zone 3, as of January 2016 Stratford will be re-classified and fall into Zone 2 of the Tube Network. With the arrival of Crossrail, Stratford will gain an even higher profile - as west and east of the capital connect like never before - firmly establishing Stratosphere as being located in one of the best connected places in the capital.Whether you’re travelling throughout London, the UK or Europe, for work or pleasure, by rail, bus or air, travel couldn’t be more convenient when you live at Stratosphere. Stratford is the only place in London where you can reach every single London underground station with just one change.With numbers fast approaching 200 trains per hour, Stratford is one of the most well-connected stations in London – and at Stratosphere you can make the most of it. Central and Jubilee Underground Lines, the DLR, London Overground and regional services make it an interchange like few others in the capital, with the heart of the West End 17 minutes away and Canary Wharf just 9 minutes.Stratford International is served by High-Speed 1 with journeys into London St. Pancras and its Eurostar departures, while London City Airport is 12 minutes away. Crossrail will connect Stratford with Heathrow in just 42 minutes.