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Eldon Square has been transformed thanks to a £170 million investment involving a series of development projects that have delivered two new restaurants for Strada and Wagamama along the western side of Old Eldon Square, 22,000 sq ft of new retail along Blackettbridge mall, a new state-of-the-art bus station, which opened in March 2007, and in February 2008 the new mall, St George’s Way opened providing 48,000 sq ft of retail space. The final phase of the redevelopment, St Andrew’s Way, was completed in spring 2010 and the new mall houses 25 new shops including Hollister, Apple and a 4 storey Debenhams as the anchor store.

Size 1,350,000 sq ft of retail space
No of shops 151 shops and stores
Anchor stores John Lewis, Fenwick, Debenhams, Waitrose, Apple, Hollister, Topshop, Boots
Catchment 2.2 million people within 45 minutes
Public Transport Bus and Metro stations, taxi rank and train station within walking distance
Parking 500 car parking spaces linked to the centre and an additional 10,000 spaces within the city centre
Customer Facilities Wheelchair access
Baby change
Customer service desk
Leisure Integrated leisure centre
Cafés and restaurants and pubs
Ownership CSC 60%; City of Newcastle 40%
Address Centre Managers Office
Eldon Court
Percy Street
Newcastle upon Tyne


Eldon Square remains the first choice for shopping in Newcastle city centre.