Find a commercial property in York
Whether you're looking to rent or buy, MOVEHUT has a huge range of commercial properties available in York. You might be searching for a serviced office to rent or buy in York. Or you could perhaps simply be looking to find a suitably sized commercial premises in York. MOVEHUT is dedicated to helping people who want to rent or buy a commercial property, making their search for the ideal premises quick and easy.
York is a city in North Yorkshire with a rich heritage and a wealth of historic attractions. In the 19th century York became an important railway and manufacturing centre but today it has a modern, dynamic economy dominated by the service sector. There is substantial office employment in York and consequently there has been a surge of new commercial property developments offering highly competitive rental prices.
Commercial properties to let in York
If you're looking to find a commercial property in York to rent or let, then MOVEHUT is only too happy to help you. Our commercial properties to let in York offer you the widest choice and selection. Let us help you and start your search with MOVEHUT today for a quick and easy process of renting a commercial property in York.
Commercial properties available to buy in York
Use our property listings to find commercial properties for sale in York. We have many options to narrow down your search, making it easy to find the property you need. You can narrow your York commercial property search down by simply specifying the category or distance from the area desired. So use our features to find a great commercial property in York.
Property categories in York
There are a winning selection of property categories available to rent or buy in York. MOVEHUT lists all the best commercial properties in every category, healthcare premises being just one example. In addition, you may be looking to buy a plot of land to build a commercial property to your specifications. You can be sure that MOVEHUT is going to provide you with the widest range of category specific commercial properties in York.
Tips for commercial properties in York
No matter how confident you are about buying a commercial property, it's always good to have a little advice, which is why MOVEHUT have included some useful tips. Firstly, we find that keeping in mind the size and needs of your workforce is key when choosing a property in York. If you plan to expand your business premises later on, you should consider whether the commercial property you are thinking of purchasing has the option to do this. If you keep these tips in mind, finding the perfect commercial property for you should be a simple process.
York has a growing population estimated to be around 202,000. 95% of this total is from the White British ethnic group. York has a lower than average ethnic minority population with Asian being the largest among this group.
Along with its history as a railway town, York has a tradition of confectionary production as the name of the famous Yorkie bar testifies. Today, however, York's economy is dominated by the service sector which is far and away the biggest employer in the city. Health, education and finance account for a large proportion of this but there has also been substantial investment in science and technology. The creative industries are also expanding in York. In addition tourism is now a major contributor to York's economy accounting for over 10% of employment. York's heritage and wealth of attractions make it the 7th most visited city in the UK by domestic tourists. It also attracts significant numbers of overseas visitors.
Education in York
York provides an excellent environment for education and learning.
Further and Higher Education in York
York has two universities. The University of York, based in the south of the city, is ranked in the top ten in the UK for teaching and research. York St John University occupies an award winning campus in the city centre. FE is provided by York College and Askham Bryan College.
Secondary and Primary School Education in York
There are nearly 25,000 school students in York attending 67 local authority schools. There are also several private schools, including St Peter's School which as attended by Guy Fawkes.
While York is historically the county town of Yorkshire, it enjoys unitary status. Local government is administered by City of York Council which is comprised of 47 councillors.
York is situated on the River Ouse in the Vale of York. It is bordered by the Pennines and the North York Moors.
York has a temperate climate in common with the rest of the UK but its location makes it drier and warmer than the rest of Yorkshire.
Due to York's position on the River Ouse it has a history as a river port as well as a railway hub but today river travel is mainly for leisure purposes. York is linked to the motorway network by the A64.
York Local Travel
York's medieval town centre is not suitable for traffic and so access is restricted. To compensate for this a park and ride scheme is in operation. Transport in the wider area is largely bus based.
York National and International Travel
York railway station is a principal stop on the East Coast Mainline providing links with the rest of the UK. York is linked to Manchester Airport by an hourly TransPennine Express service.
York Culture and Attractions
Over 4 million people visit York each year. With its Roman, Viking and Medieval past there are an array of attractions including the marvellous York Minster. There are also boat trips and guided walks to enjoy. Afterwards why not relax in one of York's many stylish bars, cafés or restaurants.
There is no better place for a day's shopping than York. The city's medieval cobbled streets are lined with an eclectic mix of high street names, independent boutiques and vintage stores. There is also a daily open air market selling everything from fresh local produce to crafts and gifts. In addition, a direct bus service carries shoppers to York Designer Outlet. Featuring over 100 designer shops under one roof, this out of town commercial property development has been voted the best shopping venue in the UK. Other out of town supermarket developments can be found at Clifton Moor and Monks Cross shopping centres.
There is plenty of entertainment in York including live music, shows, films and art.
There are various live music venues to enjoy in York from the Barbican Centre to the numerous pubs and bars providing music in the evenings. Visitors can also enjoy classical music such as the Academy of St Olave's Orchestra which performs in the beautiful setting of St Olave's Church.
Theatres in York include the Grand Opera House and the Theatre Royal which present a variety of productions. Another attraction is York's cycle of Mystery Plays which are performed outdoors or in venues like York Minster.
York boasts some world class museums. These include the Castle Museum, the National Railway Museum and York City Art Gallery.