Concordia Wharf, London, England


Related person
John P. Schooley Jr. (was created by)
Date
1985
Description
This 19th century grain warehouse in Mill Street was the very first residential conversion in Docklands. New Concordia Wharf became a model for other conversions, both for its meticulous respect for history and for the care taken to create a mixed-use environment, through a combination of apartments, penthouses and studio workshops. A footbridge across St. Saviour's Dock provides access to the Thames Path, which follows the river past Tower Bridge to Tate Modern.
Style/Period
1980s (1980 - 1989)