Park & Sayer boasts 229 one and two-bedroom apartments, all of which benefit from balconies or terraces and construction is expected to be completed in the second half of 2024. A multitude of beautifully designed and considered amenities will include a residents’ gym, lounge and workspace; a business suite with complimentary and super-fast WiFi, an elevated garden and exercise space, a 24th-floor sky lounge with dining room, 24-hour concierge service, cycle storage and car club membership.
Apartments are available from £572,500 for a one-bedroom apartment and £678,000 for a two-bedroom apartment.
There are few better places to enjoy urban parkside living than Park & Sayer as when complete the Elephant Park project will feature four and a half hectares of public space, the planting of 1,300+ trees in the borough, and a 101,000 sq. m park with mature London plane trees, play area and water feature.
The neighbourhood is expected to become one of the Capital’s most vibrant destinations for living, working and simply enjoying. With bustling streets filled with local and independent retailers, restaurants, a popular park, and a full-year calendar of local community events, Park & Sayer is at the centre of a growing community with life and soul. There is also a world-class combination of art, music and culture on the doorstep – from the Southwark Playhouse to the National Theatre at Southbank, the Old and Young Vics, Shakespeare’s Globe and numerous galleries including Hayward Gallery and the Tate Modern.
The wider regeneration of Elephant & Castle is also expected to increase the offer for residents. A new leisure centre and pool is already in place and further plans include a multi-screen cinema, a 350,000 sq. ft university building for the University of the Arts’ London College of Communication, a library and exhibition space, plus a wide variety of offices.
Only five minutes walk from Park & Sayer are the National Rail mainline and the Bakerloo & Northern line underground entrances, connecting you to Oxford Street in 13 minutes and London Bridge in 7 minutes