Hudson House in York in the heart of this vibrant and dynamic city will be a mixed-use development including apartments, office and retail space.
The development is soon to start on site with the demolition of the existing 1960’s office block and create four new buildings arranged around a courtyard with a landscaped route through that will connect the railway station to Toft Green and Micklegate.
The redevelopment will see the creation of 127 high-quality residential apartments and a new Grade A office space of 34,000 sq ft which is expected to attract new businesses and bring investment to York.
The building is designed to be knitted into the local landscape and improve this area providing a far more attractive setting to the adjacent City walls.
As a contractor on the project, Virtual Resolution, worked with property investment company, Palace Capital, and architects Fuse to bring the proposals to life.
Our team of artists with their expertise in 3D, graphic and architectural visualisation created a series of images and verified views to assist with the successful planning application for the scheme.
Our virtual imagery helped to provide a realistic representation of the project which enabled the planners to achieve an accurate picture of the development.
In this case, our photo montages played an important part in the supporting documentation for the planning application.
We were pleased to play a part in the designs and vision for Hudson House in York which will be a big asset to the city.