Lincoln continues to develop at a phenomenal pace, and one of the most impressive projects changing the city’s skyline is the £70 million regeneration of the Cornhill Quarter.
Its dramatic transformation is turning heads and has become a major topic of conversation. At its heart, the revamped Corn Exchange has won local and regional acclaim.
Lincolnshire Co-op’s investment has created a welcoming gateway for locals and visitors arriving in the city by bus or train, as they step into an area both historically important commercially and now exuding a fresh vibrancy.
Team Lincolnshire member Banks Long & Co is project manager and letting agent for the Lincolnshire Co-op’s phased scheme.
Managing Director Tim Bradford said: “It is extremely exciting to be involved in the Cornhill Quarter’s regeneration, which has quickly persuaded national retailers, restaurateurs and leisure operators to snap up space within the scheme.
“Lindum Construction, another fellow ambassador, has also built a new Lincolnshire Co-op store at the corner of Sincil Street and Norman Street and extended shop units along Sincil Street, which are attracting a superb mix of local independent tenants, as well as regional and national brands.
“It is fantastic to see how the revitalisation of the Cornhill Quarter is attracting more people. Everyone is now eagerly awaiting the completion of the Everyman Cinema, which will be swiftly followed by the cocktail bar The Botanist. Both are on schedule to open in spring 2020,” Mr Bradford added.