The developers behind the 5.25-acre riverside site have put 164 homes at Casson Square on the market, with prices range from £650,000 for a studio and £3.6m for a three-bedroom flat.
The apartments are split across 29 floors and comprise 26 studios, 67 one-bedrooms, 56 two-bedrooms, 14 three-bedrooms and one four-bedroom duplex penthouse.
Flats inside Canary Wharf and Qatari Diar's first residential building, One Casson Square (previously One York Square) were put on the market in September, with 80 per cent sold to date, the companies said.
In total, the scheme will have around 877 homes across seven new towers as well as the Shell Centre’s existing 27-storey tower.
The scheme, officially known as Southbank Place, will have 48,000 sq ft of shops as well as cafes and restaurants. The development is expected to be completed by 2019.
Murray Levinson, a partner at Squire and Partners, the architects behind the scheme, said: “Five months since the launch of Southbank Place, we are excited to reveal the second building in London’s new residential development, 30 Casson Square. Squire and Partners’ designs create an elegant residential landmark, set across 29 levels with dual aspect apartments affording residents unparalleled views of London’s stunning skyline via full height windows and projecting balconies."