Plans to revamp an historic block of city-centre buildings could create up to 900 jobs, according to the Manchester Evening News.
The Co-operative Group wants to convert the Grade II-listed Hanover buildings into shops and offices.
It is part of the Co-op’s £800m NOMA scheme, which aims to transform a huge chunk of the city centre near to Victoria train station. It would create 100,000 sq ft of offices and 30,000 sq ft of ground floor and basement retail space in the buildings, on the corner of Hanover Street and Corporation Street.
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