Modern, traditional, en-suite
room or studio - it's up to you

About The Boulevard, York

Just a short walk from the University of York’s main Heslington Campus sits The Boulevard, our state-of-the-art residential complex, offering stylish student living in a perfect location.

Comprising of 3-7 bedroom shared apartments and self-contained studios, the accommodation has all-inclusive rents, which include contents insurance and 20mb WiFi as standard.

Each luxury apartment has a spacious kitchen and living area, with a plasma TV; and bedrooms are fully furnished with en-suite bathrooms and ¾ or double beds. Studio apartments have the above, but with the advantage of your own space. There is also an on-site management team, 24 hour helpline desk and CCTV. Each block has a Residential Advisor who is on duty when reception is closed, ensuring the assistance is never far away.

Close to local shops and on a main route into the city, The Boulevard exceeds York’s code of best practice for student accommodation. With its contemporary design and generous living space, the site is first choice for students in York.

  • Free 20mb WiFi
  • All rooms en-suite
  • Luxury fittings
  • Single, ¾ and double beds available
  • Cluster Flats and Studios available
  • Fully fitted kitchens
  • Plasma TVs in living areas
  • Gated community living
  • On-site management team
  • Covered cycle storage
  • All-inclusive rents, including contents insurance
The Boulevard Room Type Rent P/W Contract Length Total Price
Book Now Available Premier En-suite £135.00 44 weeks £5,940.00
Book Now Available Deluxe En-suite £145.00 44 weeks £6,380.00
Book Now Available Premier En-suite £125.00 51 weeks £6,375.00
Book Now Available Deluxe En-suite £135.00 51 weeks £6,885.00
Book Now Available Standard Studio £165.00 51 weeks £8,415.00
Book Now Available Premier Studio £169.00 51 weeks £8,619.00
Book Now Available Deluxe Studio £189.00 51 weeks £9,639.00
Book Now Available Garden Villa Studios £165.00 51 weeks £8,415.00

All our rooms are available on single occupancy tenancy agreements including the studios. Now that's something you don't see every day!


Q - How close is the University of York?
A - ½ mile away - 10-15 minutes to walk.

Q - How close is York St John University?
A - 1 ½ miles away - about a 25 minute walk.

Q - How far is the city centre?
A - Less than a mile – about a 15 minute walk.

Q - Where is the nearest supermarket?
A - There is a large Co-operative convenience store a 5 minute walk away and a Freshways grocer selling Halal & ethnic cuisine only a 2 minute walk away. There are a Morrinson’s Superstore, Sainsbury’s Superstore and Asda and Tesco Express all around a 20 minute walk away.

Q - Is there a medical centre nearby?
A - There are University Medical centres based at each University’s main campus and a pharmacy just a few minutes’ walk.

Q - Where is the nearest cashpoint?
A - The Shell Garage – just 2 minutes’ walk.

Q - What are the local amenities?
A - Post Office: There is a Post Office just a 10 minute walk from The Boulevard in a convenience store; and larger depots in the city centre.

Taxi Services: There is a phone line in the laundry in Block B which you can use for free to call a Streamline taxi. You are also entitled to 10% discount with Streamline Taxis.

Takeaways: There are several takeaways that are within a 5 minute walking distance of The Boulevard.

Q - Where is the local bus stop?
A - There is a bus stop outside The Boulevard which takes you to town and the train station, and up Hull Road towards the Goodricke Campus. There is also a bus stop about a 5 min walk away which will take you through the University campus areas.

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  • Our Location

With its rich, historical heritage, sophisticated shopping, trendy bars, restaurants and cafes and a vibrant social scene, York has something for everyone.

Home to over 22,000 students in its two universities, York is compact yet diverse. Legend has it that there are 365 pubs in the city, one for each day of the year, and there are clubs and music venues to suit all tastes.

Thanks to the city’s numerous historical attractions and great reputation with tourists, there are events programmed all year, including comedy and food festivals, and a German Market at Christmas. The city centre houses the City Screen Art House cinema and two theatres, and there is an out-of-town Vue cinema complex for blockbusters.

Shopping couldn’t be easier, with boutiques and high-street stores nestled on the city’s picturesque streets, and the York Designer Outlet only a few miles from the town centre.

For students wanting a cosmopolitan experience with a friendly feel, York is the obvious choice.