Continued growth as Mainstay take on new London development
Residential property management company Mainstay has expanded its property portfolio in Central London by taking over the operational management of the popular Metro Central Heights development.
The 422 residential scheme boasts numerous sought-after amenities including 24-hour concierge, private swimming pool, sauna, gym, landscaped courtyard, and a large underground car park.
Metro Central Heights has a rich history – built in the 1960s by Hungarian architect Erno Goldfinger, the site was originally known as Alexander Fleming House and used by the Ministry of Health as its headquarters. Following redevelopment in the 1990s, the site was awarded Grade II listed building status in 2013.
With a £4bn regeneration programme underway, the Elephant and Castle area has become a major draw for people seeking a home in an enriched, vibrant, and cultural area.
Mainstay Business Development Director Charles Lucas says: “We are delighted to have been chosen to manage this iconic scheme, in an area we know well, and have a reputation for providing innovative and exemplar property management solutions.”
Metro Central Heights RTM Company Ltd spokesperson says: “After a competitive tendering process, we are pleased to have appointed Mainstay as our new managing agent. The RTM Company looks forward to working with them to build on the progress we have made over recent years as well as ensuring value for money for residents and leaseholders.”
The contract, which began 19th July, has enabled Mainstay to expand its portfolio in the area and continue to offer its wealth of expertise and experience in residential property management.
Mainstay is part of the wider FirstPort Group, the UK’s leading residential property services provider.