Aviva office set to be luxury flats
THE Skelwith Group has revealed how Roman House on Rougier Street, York, will look when it has been transformed into luxury apartments.
The 35,000 sq ft building was bought from Aviva after it become surplus to its office requirements.
External plans have just been submitted to City of York Council to detail how the building will become 47 luxury apartments, many with stunning views across the city. Skelwith say the building will house some of the best apartments in York. Architects Brewster Bye have redesigned the building to make it a striking feature on the York landscape. Skelwith is also developing the Flaxby Country Resort between Harrogate and York.