The Hull City Council have recently released pictures showing how the Hull City Centre could look if it was to be developed as part of the next stage of the Regeneration of the city.
Plans of Albion Street include leisure facilities, retail outlets, parking and even housing. This would be based around a courtyard. The current site is used for housing and offices.
Labour councillor Martin Mancey said the scheme would be worth around £130m to the local economy. It would bring much needed jobs to the local people and regenerate a neglected part of the city.
Plans of Albion street also include a new 100-bed hotel with 14 serviced apartments, work spaces, a gym and restaurant. Work on the £6m hotel in the Kingston House Building has already started.
Plans also include the iconic 3 ships mural on the old BHS building. Plans show the Mural would be incorporated into a shopping centre. A stylish curved glass front would protect and home the 3 Ships mosaic. The shopping centre would be 5 floors of top brand names and would attract many visitors to the City.