Newcastle Helix, the city’s £350 million flagship project, aims to fuse together academic, the public sector, business and industry at the heart of the city. Formerly referred to as Science Central, it has become a landmark location for science, technology and business, not to mention an outstanding area for Newcastle property investment brought by modern infrastructure.
One major goal of the city is to create a global centre for urban innovation through developing the Newcastle Helix. Twenty-four acres will be redeveloped to enhance the existing community.
Over 20 distinct building plots and six residential plots are set to be revitalised creating an estimated 4,000 jobs, uniting the industry through industry leaders using their first-class research and educational facilities across prestigious residential and commercial space.
The creation of five avenues, three cross streets and three state of the art public realms deserve to be explored on foot, with the intertwining streets celebrating the contrast between the past and the future, keeping sustainable planning at the heart of the project.
Public squares alone will not complete the shaping of this revolutionary development. Residential housing will provide a supreme opportunity to capitalise on Newcastle buy to let property investment.
An urban quarter located in the beating heart of Newcastle will be an exemplar of a sustainable development aiming to attract cutting-edge organisations to build a new rejuvenated community.
For investment opportunities, Newcastle Helix offers one of the largest city-centre developments of its kind in the UK. This development is primed for investment and growth. Thirty-seven bespoke commercial, retail, leisure and residential plots are available to ensure the best possible return on investment – an ideal space for investors to build their portfolio in Newcastle property investment.
Newcastle Helix constitutes as part of a strategic Accelerated Development Zone. With a strong vision for the future in terms of development, it has been recognised as a key economic asset of North East England, boosted by the Government’s investment within the city.