Your new home in Bow, available Autumn 2017
With a tactile palette of high quality materials,
the Bow Collection has been created to provide
a sanctuary of calm within the vibrance of one
of East London’s most dynamic locations.
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Welcome to E3

Keep busy in Bow’s enviable pockets of serenity, where you’ll find a great selection of traditional pubs, peaceful green spaces and an ever evolving arts scene.

Out and about in East London

One of the best things about East London is its abundance of open spaces. You’re sure to find the perfect outside spot to kick back and relax. You’ll be spoilt for choice whether you’re up for a wander and a bite to eat, want to burn some calories, or just let nature revitalise you.

Once you’ve enjoyed the peaceful surroundings
of the Bow Collection, be sure to sample some
of the local cusine. East London is home to the most diverse range of restaurants in the entire capital, including the best places to eat Vietnamese, traditional British pub grub and Britain’s oldest salmon curers.

Your new local hangouts

London is a city rich in culture, and East London is one of the best areas for art galleries, small theatre venues and independent shops. Galleries include the Whitechapel, the White Cube, Matt’s Gallery and The Wapping Project, all of which are within a stone's throw from the Bow Collection for an easy Sunday outing.

Museums include the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green, the Museum of London Docklands and The Geffrye Museum, a wonderful museum dedicated to the history
of interiors. There’s also the Ragged School Museum—where you can experience how Victorian children were taught—and the Sweet Tea House, which is dedicated to promoting Tibetan art.

Getting Around

The Bow Collection is brilliantly located for easy access to the centre of the capital and beyond.
A pleasant ten minute stroll to Bow Road Underground Station, gets you on to both the District and the Hammersmith & City lines into town. Another ten minutes up the road is Mile
End Station, served by the 24 hour Central Line.

Close by is Bow Church DLR station with frequent direct trains to Stratford International and Canary Wharf Stations.

The developpment is also near several bus stops which run services across the capital 24 hours
a day, seven days a week.

On foot from
the Bow Collection
Bow Church DLR Station
Docklands Light Railway
8 mins
Bow Road Underground Station
District/Hammersmith & City
11 mins
Mile End Road Station
Central Line (24/7)
19 mins
Travel Times
Roman Road Market
8 minutes
Victoria Park
12 minutes
Columbia Road
47 minutes
London Fields
16 minutes
21 minutes
The City
23 minutes
Victoria Park Village
13 minutes
Stratford International
22 minutes
Liverpool Street
38 minutes
Liverpool Street
25 minutes
33 minutes
Leicester Square
41 minutes