A luxury complex of flats, restaurants and shops, built on the site of the disused Buter's Wharf.
Butler's Wharf is an area on the south bank of the Thames. The building that shares its name was built as a shipping wharf to accommodate goods unloaded from ships, and was said to be the largest teahouse in the world. During the 20th century it fell into disuse, like many other warehouses in the area. From the 1980s it has been transformed into a luxury complex with flats, restaurants, and shops. The building is Grade II listed.
London SE1 2YD