They are close to the city centre, aimed at first-time buyers, and ready to be viewed just as the property market is reopened.
Fourteen apartments on Hallfield Road have been unveiled by York-based property specialists the Helmsley Group.
Called Aura, the development is made up of one and two-bed apartments on Hallfield Road which are “aimed at helping first-time buyers to get a foot on the property ladder”, the company says.
Each apartment comes with private parking and is equipped with superfast hyperoptic broadband.
Its green credentials include under-cover bike storage, as well as parking spaces equipped with EV charging points.
Max Reeves, development director at Helmsley Group, said: “We are really pleased to unveil our latest development.
“Not only does Aura echo our ethos of sustainable construction, but as it is located next to a national cycle transport network, we hope that the development will also encourage further consideration of sustainable transportation.”
He added: “Centrally located property is hard to come by in York, and what is available is often out of the price range of those looking to purchase their first home.
“With our help-to-buy supported development, we are proud to be able to give first-time buyers the opportunity to live closer to the heart of the city centre, in housing that is of the highest residential standards, without breaking the bank, as well as giving a boost to the local economy.”
Prices start from £132,000 with help-to-buy. For more information visit Your Move York.