Building record MYO4004 - The White Swan Hotel

Summary

Hotel built in 1912.

Location

Grid reference Centred SE 6045 5173 (12m by 10m)
Map sheet SE65SW
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire

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Full Description

The hotel was built in 1912 when Piccadilly was created by opening up a gap in a row of medieval buildings linking Coppergate and Pavement. At that time the old White Swan was demolished and its name and function transferred to the new hotel built on the newly formed corner of Coppergate and Piccadilly. It directly marks an important improvement in the creation of the new street and is included in the list for that reason. It also fits well with the adjacent medieval buildings in Coppergate and into the Piccadilly street scene, occupying suitably the space for which it was designed. Nominated for inclusion on York's Local List of heritage assets.

NMR related object: BF061055 THE WHITE SWAN HOTEL, YORK

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Record last edited

Jul 6 2020 11:55AM

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