After expending more than 260 million pounds, Broadway Bradford development officially opens its doors in England’s fourth-largest city.
The center supports 70 retail outlets, several restaurants, and a food court. The two-story building, boasts of over 570,000 square feet of space and features an expansive parking spaces fit for 1,300 cars at any time.
The endearing mix of cafes, restaurants, and retailers would serve the population of Bradford, which might begin to see considerable population increases thanks to a growing number of visitors. Top-class brands have already taken up retail outlets including H&M, River Island, Debenhams, and Superdry.
The mall takes up a creative U-shape with an enormous glass roof that lets sunlight into the center. The transparency also lends a satisfying surprise—pristine views of the elegant Victorian buildings that preserve the industrial heritage of the world’s wool capital.