New images reveal railway arches could become independent trading hub
New images of how unused railway arches used by Nottingham’s trams will be transformed into a leisure development have been released.
TheBusinessDesk.com broke the news that the arches, next to Bildurn’s huge 323-bed student scheme on Station Street in Nottingham back in July of last year.
Now, Nottingham City Council’s property services arm, Property Plus, produced new images and a fly-thru video showing how the revamped arches on Trent Street could look.
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The video shows the arches occupied by independent traders alongside a taxi rank and the city’s canal.
The arches are adjacent to Bildurn’s student scheme, which will be run by Vita. The development will also include a leisure angle, with a gym and coffee shop.