intu Victoria Centre, Nottingham
intu Victoria Centre is at heart of Nottingham, one of the UK’s most popular city centres
For local people or visitors to the city looking for the best shopping and eating experiences, the refurbished intu Victoria Centre has it all – top brands and great new restaurants in the pipeline.
With its landmark entrance and popular anchor stores of John Lewis and House of Fraser, intu Victoria Centre is the chosen destination for 24 million shopping visits a year. Its recent £42 million makeover has transformed it into a modern and contemporary retail space that is enticing new brands such Kiko, Swatch, Lovisa and Superdry to the city of Nottingham for the first time.
The Clocktower dining quarter is attracting a host of new restaurant names and is generating a new vibrant night-time culture in the city. This investment means intu Victoria Centre now boasts an atmospheric casual dining space with a range restaurants to choose from, extending the opening hours of the centre and attracting people from further for longer.
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The £42 million transformation of intu Victoria Centre has created a stylish, contemporary retail space that has enticed new and exciting brands such Kiko, Swatch and Superdry to the city of Nottingham for the first time. Existing tenants, such as Boost and Three, have upsized.
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I’m pretty excited to have been given the task of blogging about what’s cool and what’s not in this new world of eating and drinking in the heart of Nottingham.
Eating my way round the world at intu Victoria Centre
Our re-model and refresh of intu Victoria Centre is now complete and included a full upgrade of the centre and its finishes, including structural changes such as removing staircases and walkways to open up visibility throughout the mall, reconfiguration of space to create enhanced shop frontages, new ceilings, remodelled bulkheads, new flooring materials, lighting and upgraded customer toilet facilities.
The project has delivered a prominent new southern entrance and a two-level catering cluster centred on the Grade II listed clock tower. The new catering cluster will boast some exciting new operators in Nottingham.
Nottingham’s largest digital advertising screen engages shoppers with content tailored to their consumer profile
The Nottingham One screen at the entrance to intu Victoria Centre will use innovative audience recognition cameras to identify someone’s age, gender and even their emotions so that it can display the adverts most likely to entertain them.
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Retail and F&B agent - Alan Pearson
Job title FHP
Phone 0115 905 7577
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At Nottingham’s intu Victoria Centre, intu refurbished the infamous, water-powered Emett Clock after contacting the Rowland Emett Society. Long a place that families would visit, it now reinforces the connection with the centre’s past and the city’s famous son.