4 August 2014
Bosses at the Leeds Corn Exchange today hailed a hat-trick of new stores as proof of a bright future for the historic shopping hall.
The multi-occupancy city centre building has been struggling to attract tenants in the wake of a £1.5m refurbishment.
But now its management firm, Threadneedle, has announced that three independent retailers will be setting up shop in the Corn Exchange this spring.
They are fashion store All American Vintage, shoe business Russo Italia and Primo's, a 'concept cafe' selling gourmet hot dogs, coffee and ice cream.