Work starts on Staycity’s York development

George Sell By George Sell
18 January 2015 | Updated 18 January 2015

UK: Work is getting underway this week on Staycity’s 197-unit aparthotel development in York.

The six-storey building will be built next to York Barbican and overlooking the Bar Walls, on the site of a former swimming pool, which was demolished in 2007. The scheme is expected to create up to 60 local jobs.

Staycity chief executive Tom Walsh said: "York is a fantastic location for Staycity, with around seven million visitors a year attracted to the stunning walled city by attractions, such as York Minster, the National Railway Museum and the Castle Museum, as well as a wide variety of cultural events. It's an exciting prospect to take the serviced apartment concept to York, which also boasts a strong demand from the corporate market, with a number of large conferences and meetings staged each year at the York Barbican."

Satycity also has properties in Dublin, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Liverpool, London Greenwich, London Heathrow, Manchester, Paris and Amsterdam.

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