Aviva of­fices turned into flats

Yorkshire Post - Property - - PROPERTY -

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.


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