The Langston was proud to be a gold partner at the City of Ryde’s recent Granny Smith Festival on Saturday 20 October.
Celebrated annually, the Granny Smith Festival recognises the life and legacy of one of the Ryde district’s most famous citizens, Maria Ann Smith – also known as Granny Smith – who was responsible for the first batch of green apples that bear her name and are now grown all over the world.
This year’s event celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Granny Smith apple, with over 90,000 attendees gathering in the Eastwood Town Centre.
On the day, Cbus Property introduced The Langston to the local community through a Virtual Reality (VR) station, where locals donned VR glasses and enjoyed an interactive experience of the future views from The Langston.
The Festival also saw the team from The Langston giving away a night for two at Sydney’s stunning Park Hyatt hotel, opposite the Opera House, through a creative Instagram competition.
Between October 20 and December 14, members of the public who visit The Langston’s state-of-the-art Sales Gallery at 12-22 Langston Place, Epping, and snap a photo of themselves on the ‘street art’ walkway connecting Langston Place with Chambers Court, will go into the running for the prize. All posts must be tagged @THELANGSTONEPPING, with the most creative post to be selected as the winner.