Conversion of a former Victorian Warehouse into 31 luxury apartments and commercial ground floor unit
Waterloo House comprises 31 luxury apartments and a commercial ground floor unit within the building of a former Victorian warehouse located within Newcastle’s theatre village.
Previously occupied by Newcastle’s College of Arts, each apartment in Waterloo House is unique and has been designed to respect and incorporate many of the building’s original features.
Adderstone Group undertook the conversion in 2006 alongside its restoration project in rescuing the adjacent Tyne Theatre, the oldest remaining working Victorian theatre in the world.
The entire development encompassed 30,000 sq. ft of prime and highly desirable city centre space.
|Sector||Commercial / Regeneration / Residential|
|Address||Thornton Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4AP|
|Project Type||Regeneration / redevelopment|
|Project Status||Completed development|
|Construction Contractor||Adderstone Projects Limited|
|Gross Development Value||£5,500,000|
Centrally located in Newcastle, Waterloo House is surrounded by an array of cultural hotspots, including the Tyne Theatre, the Utilita Arena, the Discovery Museum, Newcastle’s Chinatown and St James’ Park, the home of Newcastle United FC.
The Central Station and Newcastle coach station are both minutes away, offering transport to the rest of the UK, and Waterloo House is minutes from the nearest Metro station, Central, providing excellent access to all areas of the North East.