St Enoch Centre turns to leisure post BHS
September 2 2016have been tabled by the mall owners in a bid to revitalise the development; including construction of a rooftop cinema and restaurant space and ground floor retail within the footprint of a former BHS store.
A perforated metal interior finish is being looked at together with a first floor restaurant space and dedicated outside seating with a ‘cinema box’ above with decorative interior elements specified to help reflect light into these spaces.
In their design statement architects Benoy wrote: “The proposed development delivers new retail and leisure uses by reconfiguring underutilised existing building space in the east end of St Enoch shopping centre. Additional space is generated by building on the roof space of the Debenhams bridge.”
Entrance canopies will be replaced and a series of public realm enhancements are also envisaged to improve pedestrian connections with Argyle Street through introduction of new seating, tree planting, signage totems and matt red painted setts.
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