12 March 2018

Mark Sheridan, Branch Manager at our York branch letting agents, takes a closer look at some of our most popular developments.

Merchant Exchange


Merchant Exchange is a conversion of one of York's last city centre riverside sites. The conversion of the listed warehouse building into 22 apartments was designed to meet the demand for modern living space in the heart of the historic city. The waterfront development incorporates four luxury penthouse apartments, all with rooftop gardens.

We currently have a Two bed, furnished apartment available to rent  in this modern development - £1,150pcm take a look at one we currently have available.


Piccadilly Plaza


Situated within the historic city walls is the sought-after Piccadilly Plaza development. The development comprises of well proportioned one and two bedroomed apartments many with Juliet balconies overlooking the pleasant communal courtyard gardens. The development is easy walking distance of York city centre and a has an excellent range of local amenities as well as  secure underground allocated parking.

Unfortunately we don’t have any properties to buy or let currently available in this development.

However you can register you interest so that you will be the first know when a new property becomes available.


St Peters Quarter

St peters quarter

St Peters Quarter is one of the most popular developments for professionals in York. It’s a stones throw from the train station and city centre, all properties have allocated parking and are a good size too. The development is made up of townhouses and apartments that have between 1 and 5 Bedrooms

We have just sold our last property in this development, but we regularly have new properties coming to the market to buy and rent. You can register you interest so that you will be the first know when a new property becomes available in this development.


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