Capital Dock Story
The maritime heritage of the area is proudly displayed at Capital Dock; from the naming of residential blocks, the ‘Hailing Station’ and the ‘Keystone’ to the iconic red ventilation funnels and the flagship red ‘Quarterdeck’, now home to microbrewer, BrewDog.
The campus development was the first of its size to be built in one phase. It has delivered high sustainability standards, including becoming Kennedy Wilson’s first project to achieve Zero Waste to Landfill certification in 2019. Capital Dock comprises 190 multifamily units, each with an A3 Building Energy Rating (BER) certificate, 26,000 square feet of retail with a variety of artisan food and beverage offerings and 346,000 square feet of Grade A offices with LEED Gold certification. The quality was further demonstrated by its office occupiers, J.P. Morgan and Indeed, alongside existing occupier, State Street.
A focus on green space further benefits the campus community, including rooftop terraces across each of the office blocks and three floors of the multifamily together with 1.5 acres of public realm, incorporating a children’s playground. Capital Dock has quickly established itself as a vibrant urban quarter and a go-to destination, hosting events for residents, workers and the wider community, including The Docklands 5K Run; open-air sports broadcasts; fitness and yoga classes; nutrition and wellness speakers; concerts and food fairs.