Aviva offices turned into flats
ROMAN House, once home to insurer Aviva, is to be transformed into apartments thanks to a multimillion pound investment by the Skelwith Group.
The 35,000 sq ft office block in York is set to be transformed into 47 one and two bedroom apartments, many of which will boast stunning views of the historic city.
Architects Brewster Bye have designed the scheme, which will boast York’s only 24-hour concierge.
Ashtons has been instructed to handle the sales on behalf of Skelwith with prices ranging from £160,000 to £550,000. Work is expected to start in March and the conversion process will take around eight months to complete.