The Grade II listed Corn Exchange market building was built in 1879 and has a long tradition as a trading location in the city from its original market hall roots to its more recent use as department store and retail units. The reconfiguration and extension of the building allows the creation of larger ground floor units, with a unique large floor plate food and beverage space above totalling circa 25,500 sq ft.
The Cornhill Quarter development represents the most significant refurbishment and new-build retail development in the heart of the city centre in recent times, giving the
opportunity to deliver modern, well configured retail floorspace
not available elsewhere in the city centre.
Lincoln has a catchment population of over 500,000 and is the county town of Lincolnshire, the second largest county by area in England. Lincoln has direct rail connections with London and is 16 miles from the A1, one of the principal arterial road The Cornhill Quarter is truly the heart of the city, linking High Street with the new 1,000 space main station to the south. Connections to the Waterside Centre via Sincil Street and High Street complete a
shopping circuit which has been strengthened by the opening of Next and H&M Hennes in Waterside.