Helvetica Neue is a revised form of the Helvetica font family. It was first introduced by Wolfgang Schimpf with assisted support of Reinhard Haus, Erik Spiekermann and René Kerfante. The type has a complete spectrum of fonts in its family and each holds its uniqueness and effectiveness in the best of manners.
Talking about the Helvetica Neue Condensed, it has integrated height and width with larger spacing, stronger punctuation marks and improved legibility. The condensed form looks slightly distorted or squeezed when compared to the standard typeface, but in terms of style and aesthetics, it has its own authenticity.