Two Fifty One at Elephant and Castle

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UNDERNEATH THE ARCHES
Two Fifty One, a mixed-use scheme by Oakmayne Properties has unveiled its new marketing suite on Newington Causeway – underneath the railway arches  – opposite the site. The marketing suite includes a show apartment and a model of the development and local amenities. Sales representatives agents JLL and Cushman and Wakefield will be on hand.

Elephant and Castle – the site of Two Fifty One – is currently undergoing a £3bn regeneration programme, to create a pedestrianised centre and a market square with 450,000 square feet of retail space. There will be 5,000 new homes alongside green spaces and an integrated transport hub.

The plan includes a campus for University of the Arts London and London College of Communication. New businesses and retailers are already moving to the area including Mercato Metropolitano and Art Works.

Mercato Matropolitanto is an artisan Italian food Market replicating sister markets in Turin and Milan. Designed with a funky, industrial feel with 1,000 seats around shared tables, it is home to a range of 32 stalls offering Italian delicacies. A cookery school will open shortly alongside the Rooneys boxing gym and a 150 seater Backyard pop-up cinema. Artworks is cluster of temporary shipping containers, housing 30 start-up businesses, ranging from cafes to a haberdashery, yoga and osteopathy studio to a barber shop.

Situated in Zone 1 and within the hub of Central London, Two Fifty One is priced at around £1,000 per square foot. Martin Lent, of SCM, the development managers for Two Fifty One said: “Elephant and Castle is transforming, and Two Fifty One, Oakmayne’s landmark scheme in the area is testament to this. Both Mercato Metropolitano and Art Works provide a glimpse into its future as London’s trendiest area. The cycle superhighway is now operating throughout the town and the new ‘’Castle’’ leisure centre is attracting hundreds every day. Two Fifty One is providing unparalleled amenities, both through shared communal spaces and with its super connected internet technology.”

Two Fifty One is an architecturally striking 41-storey building that will house 335 apartments of which 270 apartments will be for sale. The foyer with floor to ceiling glazing overlooks the resident’s garden. “Intelligent” passenger lifts operate via state-of-the-art swipe cards, using pre-programmed destination control technology.

There will be a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments ranging from 400 square feet, to 2,700 square feett. Located on the 10th to 38th floors, the apartments are designed maximise light and views. They have open plan bespoke designs featuring a German-engineered Häcker kitchen, complete with a generously sized dining and living area, with floor to ceiling glazing making the most of the London skyline.

Ten larger apartments with bathrooms will have Italian marble flooring and bespoke, marble-topped vanity units, along with super spec shelving, mirrors and joinery with sliding art panels.  Most apartments have fully enclosed glazed “winter gardens” with sliding glass doors giving access from the main living area.

On the 3rd floor is a residents-only gymnasium, thermal suite, Club Room, kitchen and dining/conference room. Oakmayne Properties have been delivering ground-breaking developments in Southwark for twenty years, each scheme has been a benchmark for product, quality and innovation.

Two Fifty One Prices will start from £655,000, or visit www.twofiftyonelondon.com or 0203 4689 251.

 

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