The Corn Exchange
, Manchester is a grade II listed building rich in retail history. The building was originally used as a corn exchange
and was previously named the Corn & Produce Exchange, and subsequently The Triangle. Following the IRA bomb in 1996 it was renovated and was a modern shopping centre till July 2014.
Situated close to the Market Street and Arndale shopping areas, sandwiched between Victora Station and the Royal Exchange Theatre
the historic Grade II listed building is set to become home to a collection of new and independent restaurants and food retail outlets in the region.
After a £15m The Corn Exchange Manchester has been transformed into one of the UK’s biggest and best dining destinations, a perfect place to enjoy a pre theatre bite to eat or a relaxing afternoon break from shopping.