Elephant Park is in the Zone
8 MARCH 2019
Elephant Park has featured in the Daily Mail’s My Property, My Home section, highlighting the neighbourhood’s living and shopping appeal.
Describing the area as a ‘rough diamond transformed’, the article focuses on Elephant & Castle’s regeneration, saying it offers “young professionals looking for hip fun areas… really excellent value and long-term growth potential”.
The two-page spread, published on 11 February, examines the increasing opportunities for shoppers “just 15 minutes” from Oxford Street and central London, predicting that the prime-positioned Elephant & Castle “will soon be a shopping destination in its own right”.
Centrally-located, with strong Tube, train and bus links across the capital, Elephant & Castle is making waves as an affordable option for young professionals looking to purchase or rent.
According to a property expert quoted, buying in Elephant & Castle is perfect for those who want to be in the thick of it – “…there’s a melting pot of creative and cultural spaces, and an abundance of bars, restaurants and cool pop-ups serving cuisine from across the globe.”
Properties in Elephant Park include one-bedroom apartments available at Highwood Garden Terrace – a great opportunity to own a London Zone 1 property through the government’s Help to Buy scheme – and the two- and three-bedroom apartments at Orchard Terrace.
Elephant Park is the biggest development in the prime Zone 1 location, a massive regeneration scheme encompassing not just retail and residential properties, but also – importantly – a big focus on public space.
Of the 28-acre development, 11 acres are being transformed into new public space, including the new, eponymous two-acre park, which will host events throughout the year, and give residents and local workers a relaxing green space to enjoy in the heart of London.
For more information about Elephant Park, visit www.elephantpark.co.uk