Brands sign up to £70m Cornhill Quarter redevelopment in Lincoln
Lincolnshire Co-op’s £70m mixed-used redevelopment of the Cornhill Quarter has attracted four more retailers taking 13,115 sq ft out of the total 150,000 sq ft.
The most recent letting is to Neon Sheep taking 1,711sq ft, along with a 1,600-sq ft handmade Doughnotts’ branch, a 2,500-sq ft Seasalt and a 7,304-sq ft Energie Fitness. This also follows earlier signings to 200 Degrees and HMV.
Lincolnshire Co-op chief executive Ursula Lidbetter said: “The Cornhill Quarter is continuing to attract exciting brands for the city; we have been able to announce a number of names over the past few months which all bring something different and create an attractive mix for Lincoln. We are confident in our vision to create a destination for residents and tourists alike which is also the gateway to Lincoln City Centre.”
Lincolnshire Co-op was represented by KLM Retail and Banks Long & Co.