Lifestyle - Hudson Quarter

Stunning
Location

A development by Palace Capital PLC

For living and working

Hudson Quarter is a new destination at the heart of York’s rich city living culture with a unique retail and leisure experience, and just 30 minutes from some of the UK’s most fabulous countryside and coast – ‘God’s own country’.

A landmark city

For 2000 years, York has built its unique character as a forward-looking city. A meeting point for entrepreneurs, ideas and creativity with superb schools and two celebrated Universities, it’s a much- desired place to live and work. Now proudly a UNESCO City of Media Arts and creating an exciting future from its rich assets, HQ will be a key part of the city’s evolution and future aspirations – and somewhere exceptional indeed to live.

A privileged setting

York is the cultural gateway to the North of England. Superbly sited within the famous city walls, a stone’s throw from the station and York Central, Hudson Quarter will be an inspired choice for those seeking unrivalled city living. York’s beautiful streets, vibrant communities and world-class culture will be on your doorstep with more museums per square mile than any other city in Europe.

Enriched city living

Award-winning Michelin starred dining and mainstream city centre retail thrive with delicious delis, cafés and bars amongst artisan emporiums, boutiques, street food and bustling craft and produce markets, every day of the week. A globally renowned ‘City of Festivals’ – Vikings, Chocolate, Mystery Plays. . . to cutting edge media arts and film – no two weeks are the same in York and this enviably rich choice is just a few minutes stroll from Hudson Quarter.

Explore beyond HQ

Surrounding the beautiful Vale of York, the Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors and the UK’s hidden gem, the Yorkshire Wolds, provide a stunning hinterland to explore. Country estates and houses, sculpture parks, family friendly beaches, vineyards, breweries, market towns and village farm shops – plus brilliant cycling country as host to the Tour de Yorkshire.