Life on the river
In 1998, Trinity Buoy Wharf was an empty, derelict site. Now it is a thriving centre for the arts and creative industries with a rare community of over 350 like minded people enjoying the unique riverside location.
Free from overdevelopment, the site's fasinating history can still be seen in the buildings, installations and residents such as the Lightships LV93 and LV95 that are moored here.
With careful regeneration, Trinity Buoy Wharf has kept its character whilst offering amenities such as studio and gallery space, a pier, boat club, school, rehearsal rooms and two dining options in the form of Driftwood Cafe and Fat Boys all American diner and 3 of the hugely sustainable Container City buildings.
Eat out in a 1940's styled authentic all American Diner or in a converted shipping container cafe.
The iconic Lighthouse and the Chain and Buoy Store were built by Douglas in 1864.
Industrial heritage, riverside area, derelict buildings, docks,
warehouse, basement, lighthouse...
Be part of a vibrant creative community whilst enjoying fantastic river views - all only half a mile away from Canary Wharf.