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A Great Place to Do Business
With Newcastle’s continued population explosion, ideal location on two of Oklahoma’s largest Interstate Highways and well over 1000 housing units currently in development or under construction, Newcastle is a prime location for retail and commercial development.
Newcastle sprawls through the South Canadian River valley from Oklahoma City in the north to Norman in the southeast. With 26 miles of state highway running directly through the city, Newcastle offers prime frontage on Interstate 35 to the south and Interstate 44 to the north, with immediate access to the HE Bailey Turnpike. Just minutes outside the hustle and bustle of Oklahoma City and Norman, Newcastle serves as a hub for commuters and Tri-City residents, those living in Newcastle, Blanchard, Tuttle and Bridge Creek. Only 15 minutes from Will Rogers International Airport, 7 golf courses, 6 movie theatres, 2 shopping malls and 4 hospitals, Newcastle gives residents the best in suburban living and you the traffic and rooftops you need.
Traffic counts show over 145,000 vehicles travel through Newcastle every day.
Newcastle residents make up some of the most affluent demographics in the state. With a median household income of $52,000 per year, the customer and recruiting base in Newcastle is growing and diverse.
From 20 acre estates to 1/4 acre lots, people are building in Newcastle! Well over 1000 homes are currently in development or under construction, adding to the already steep growth trend Newcastle has experienced over the past 5 years. And we’re not done yet. Statistics show Newcastle’s population will double within the next 10 years.
With progressive and forward-thinking leadership, Newcastle has put into place the infrastructure and municipal services necessary to support the kind of growth projected. In addition to newly built infrastructure such as a Highway 9 water tower and increased capacity water lines, the city of Newcastle is currently in the visioning process, developing a comprehensive plan to carry out the next 10 years’ growth. The current Capital Improvements Plan outlines strategies for building new police and fire stations, municipal office complex and community events center within the next 5 years.
The city is protected by a full time Police Department and 2 full time Fire stations and is served by Oklahoma Electric Cooperative, OG&E, Pioneer Telephone, and Oklahoma Natural Gas.
Written by Kim Noe, Newcastle Pacer
|Newcastle Chamber of Commerce
820 N. Main • P.O. Box 1006 •
Newcastle, OK 73065
405-387-3232 • Fax 405-387-3885