£35m York mixed-use development takes shape following first half year of construction
Progress is being made on a mixed-use development in the centre of York following the first six months of construction.
Led by real estate developer Palace Capital, the Hudson Quarter development next to the City Walls has now had concrete and steel frames erected.
When completed, the development will deliver 127 apartments, 35,000 sq ft of Grade-A office accommodation and commercial space, as well as a landscaped courtyard and route through from the railway station to Toft Green.
Caddick Construction is the main contractor on the site of the £35m project, which is scheduled for completion in early 2021.
Neil Sinclair, chief executive of Palace Capital, commented: “We are proud to see this major new development take shape and pleased that we are on time and on budget to transform this strategic site, in the heart of York.
“Since we launched the first apartments to the market in June, we have been delighted with the positive feedback and the sales are exceeding our expectations. There has also been tremendous interest in the office space.
“We are very pleased with Caddick Construction’s contribution to the construction element of the development and look forward to working with them closely over the next 18 months to ensure that the end product will both be something that all involved will be proud of, and that the people of York will recognise Hudson Quarter enhances the great city of York.”
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