Last Thursday, we hosted our hugely successful Infocus Event, compromising of show apartment visits and a photographic exhibition. The event started at 4pm, with a stream of previous purchasers and potential purchasers visiting the show apartments on 13th floor, as well as our new spacious 3 bedroom show apartment on 26th floor. The views of London looked incredible, especially as the evening progressed and one could see London's skyline lit up!
The guests proceeded to Mercato Metropolitano, to view the incredible collection of photographs taken by LCC students, as part of the competition 'Interpretation of SE1'. There was a fantastic vibe at Mercato, with delicious food and drinks being served too, the ice-cream was my personal favourite. The evening ended on a high, as awards were received and prizes won, including a £4,000 bike!!
Thank you to all that were part of the evening and those that put it together, it was a fantastic event, enjoyed by all.
From Friday 15th to Sunday 17th September, Two Fifty One was the lead sponsor of Mercato Metropolitano's Sustainability Weekend. It was a pleasure to be affiliated with the event, especially as we have worked hard, to ensure we are both environmentally and socially sustainable. The weekend was brilliant, with the Disco Soup kicking it off to a fantastic start and plenty of delicious sustainable produce across the weekend. It is important to remember the community you are involved in and the environment we live in, and we are very proud that our building has helped the community and respected the environment.
On Friday 15th September food waste campaigners and a locally run community group Disco Soup are using surplus food to create a delicious soup to serve to their guests!
This sustainable event is part of London's Urban Food Fortnight, as London showcase's the best of the food on offer in it's capital! The sustainable food weekend held at Elephant and Castle's greatest attraction, Mercato Metropolitano, from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th September. You will also spot us with a stand too!
Two Fifty One have pledged £1,000 towards The Castle Project, which will be created by The Lamlash Gardens and residents of Elephant and Castle.
The old Victorian timber yard will be transformed into a new neighbourhood hub, to include: two landscaped gardens, beautiful new community building and cafe, as well as artist' studios.
Please join us and pledge your support from just £2, and spread the word: https://www.spacehive.com/castle-place
Two Fifty One topped-out with a ceremony on the 5th May 2017. The 41-storey skyscraper reaches to 127 metres at its highest point and the building is now 80% complete !!!!
Thank you JLLUKResi for your insight on the Elephant and Castle Market last night and mostly to all our guests who attended
Always wondered who the faces behind this striking building are??
The fourth video in partnership with London College of Communication, UAL. Presents some of the Two Fifty One hard at work.
The Faces Behind The Building by students Maja Zupan and Irene Calvo Romero
Find out the thought process behind the design of striking Two Fifty One. The third video in partnership with London College of Communication, UAL is a documentary starring award-winning Southwark architects Allies and Morrison and was shot by students Laura Kaklina, Vincenzo Ventura and Vlad Gedroics .
Breath -taking views from the 30th Floor last night. Contact the sales team if you want to take a peek!!!
Stunning isn't it?
See all of the exciting ways you can get to Elephant and Castle from The London Eye!!!
We are excited to present the second video in partnership with London College of Communication, UAL. Illustrating how Elephant and Castle is Connected Like No Other students Maja Zupan and Irene Calvo Romero
Two Fifty One are excited to announce the sponsorship of Mercato Metropolitano's Cookery Space. They have held three kids classes so far and a full class timetable will be released soon. Follow them on Twitter for regular updates www.twitter.com/mercatometropol
We are pleased to give you the first video in partnership with London College of Communication, UAL . Telling the Story of Two Fifty One by LCC students Brenda Sjahrial, Justin Ho and Dominic Tung