Sunday, April 14, 2024

York House gets new lease of life in £800k transformation

Investment of £800,000 is giving Chesterfield’s York House a new lease of life as a business centre.

The building, on St. Mary’s Gate, will now be known as York House Business Centre following the transformation of the property by Sovereign Assets & Developments.

A spokesperson for the developer commented: “Our vision for York House is to create a space that not only serves as a practical work environment but also fosters a community of innovation and growth for all its members.

“Every corner of York House has been reimagined to offer the perfect blend of heritage charm and modern convenience, with state-of-the-art facilities that businesses need to thrive in today’s fast-paced world.

“The choice to develop York House into business units was driven by the building’s innate potential and Chesterfield’s growing demand for quality office space. We recognised the opportunity to create something that could truly make a difference for local and incoming businesses.

“York House will play a pivotal role in growing the local economy by attracting diverse businesses and talents to the area. By providing top-notch facilities, we’re helping start-ups, scale-ups, and established companies to operate efficiently, which in turn will generate job opportunities and stimulate economic activity.”


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