The City of York Council has appointed Howard Jenkins as joint letting agent to market the last available leisure unit within this exciting development which boasts an 8,000-seat community stadium and 13-screen IMAX cinema (Cineworld); the scheme adjoins the popular Vangarde Shopping Park (M&S, Next and John Lewis).
The available unit is suitable for a range of leisure uses including Class A3, D1 and D2 businesses; situated on the first floor with its own dedicated lift & staircase access, it will provide 7,160 ft² (665 m²), with a ceiling height of 36 feet (11 m) and potential for a mezzanine.
Standing at over 100 feet (30 m) tall, this new development is a very visible addition to York’s skyline. The stadium will be shared between York City FC and York City Knights Rugby League teams, and the scheme will also provide a new leisure complex & community hub with sports hall, 25-metre swimming pool, gym, NHS facilities, outdoor artificial sports pitches, with new retail and restaurant units.
On-site parking will be complemented by the Monks Cross Park & Ride facility, 400-500 cycle parking spaces and regular bus services.