Home Property & Construction New facade of landmark central York development revealed for the first time

New facade of landmark central York development revealed for the first time

Ryedale House by Newby

It’s been under wraps since work first started in July 2018 at luxury apartment building Ryedale House in York, but now the exterior of the landmark property is being revealed for the first time.

Over the next few weeks the covers which have kept the whole building shrouded in mystery, will gradually be removed from the seventh to the third floor – revealing the full length windows which will capture some of the best panoramic views in York.

Ryedale House on York’s Piccadilly is the redevelopment of a building which has been a dominant feature on the side of the River Foss since the 1970s. Property developer Newby is creating one, two and three-bedroom luxury apartments across eight floors. Making the most of York’s magnificent skyline, all 77 apartments will feature floor to ceiling glazing, to enjoy multi aspect city centre views. The property will also feature an impressive hotel-style lobby with concierge, secure parking, lifts to all floors, cycle stores and generous storage lockers for all apartments. Prices will range from £250,000 to £1.25million.

The next stage of the development will see a three-story front extension being built which will house three commercial units and eight apartments, including several with outdoor terraces. Ryedale House is expected to be completed in summer 2020.

Anthony Mackle, Sales & Marketing Director at Newby, said: “We’ve been working tirelessly behind the scenes to turn Ryedale House into a luxury apartment building, the best in York – and it’s great to finally be able to reveal some of the exterior to the world! Looking up from the street, or even seeing the building on the way into York (at eight floors high, it’s one of the highest buildings in the city) you can see how the floor to ceiling windows will offer spectacular views. It marks the next leap forward in the development, and we’re delighted that we’re one step closer to completion.”