A North East developer is offering local folk a taste of the high life in Newcastle’s tallest building.
With around three quarters of the 162 apartments in the 27 storey Hadrian’s Tower already sold, High Street Residential is staging an event on 14th and 15th September at St. James’ Park, in Newcastle, for those that may be interested in buying.
It will not only showcase the one and two bedroomed homes available but also the incredible three bedroomed penthouses and amazing views the 83 metre high landmark building has to offer.
With plans for a sky lounge and smart technology, supported by Newcastle’s fastest connectivity, the tower looks certain to be a sought after base for young professionals working in area’s high tech, health and science businesses.
Premium champagne house Laurent Perrier has now signed up to partner High Street Residential in the sky lounge project and is working up designs with the developer for the facility, which will be known as Three 60.
Gary Forrest, Chairman of The High Street Group of Companies, of which High Street Residential is part, said: “For investors, the fact that the properties offer a guaranteed seven per cent yield is an attractive prospect. For those wanting to live in a vibrant, unique location, with simply stunning views, Hadrian’s Tower provides high rise living and world class lifestyle.”
Constructed by Tolent, the tower is designed for a 21st Century lifestyle. This includes ultrafast full fibre optic cabling that will deliver connection speeds of up to 1Gbps (Gigabits per second) – around 21 times faster than the current Newcastle average and 25 times faster than the UK average*.
This will also support smart security and energy management within the building, delivering lower costs and lower carbon footprints. Also being considered are smart apps that will allow residents to hire cars or cleaning services at the swipe of a screen.
To find out more and arrange to attend the event, visit the High Street Residential website.
Picture caption – An example of the high-life living spaces being created at Hadrian’s Tower.
* Average broadband speed across Newcastle’s three Parliamentary Constituencies is 46.8 Mbps, according to research carried out by the House of Commons Library