The installation of a 110m tall loughing crane over the August bank holiday weekend marked a new era for Newcastle’s residential accommodation, according to Surrenden Invest. The crane is being installed to enable the next phase in the erection of Hadrian’s Tower, a residential development that will become the city’s tallest building.
The 27-storey Hadrian’s Tower will be an exciting new addition to the Newcastle skyline, with a new style of chic, urban homes where residents enjoy a range of onsite amenities. These will include a 24/7 hotel style concierge service, a café and touchdown meeting points. The crowning glory will be the stunning sky lounge, which will offer unsurpassed views across Newcastle.
“Hadrian’s Tower is an incredibly exciting development to bring to Newcastle, as it will mark the start of a new phase for the city’s property market. We’re seeking to raise expectations with accommodation of this standard and to inspire the future of residential accommodation in the city as a result. Using the tallest crane that the city has ever seen plays a big role in that, not just from the physical build perspective but also from the psychological point of marking the start of a new era,” said Jonathan Stephens, MD, Surrenden Invest.