Polymer’s sister company Reactivate, and their client Cbus Property, will be celebrating the Epping community that is home to their major residential mixed-use development, The Langston. Over three days from Friday 30 November to Sunday 2 December, ‘The Langston Weekender’ will be jam-packed with live music, community market stalls, art performances, workshops and activities for the whole family to enjoy.
Polymer has facilitated the communications for The Langston Weekender festival, which will feature a host of major food vendors including Knafeh, Koi Dessert Bar, Brickfields Bakery, Pepe Saya, Sparky’s Jerk BBQ and Tsuru. Complementing all those sweet and salty treats will be award winning brews from local suppliers Grasshopper Bar, Wayward Brewing Co. and The Welder’s Dog.
The Langston will be delivering significant public domain upgrades and much-needed public infrastructure to the rapidly growing north-western Sydney suburb. In addition to the 463 premium residential apartments on offer, The Langston will feature a retail precinct comprising 1,681sqm of retail and 1,921sqm of communal open space, all located just 100m from Epping Train Station.