Town sees turnaround in business with new stores in and more planned for 2015
the loss of 40 jobs, rumours persisted discount retailers B&M would take over the site.
They refused to comment on specific stores but said they were actively pursuing new sites across North Wales.
TK Maxx confirmed it will take over from Seldon’s Superbowl on Mostyn Champneys, with the spring a likely opening date.
Starbucks and a large North Wales Beds outlet, opening on January 27, have taken premises at the bottom end of town.
“We have had a cracking start with Starbucks,” said owner Acky Khan. “My feeling is that Mostyn Street will get stronger and stronger over the next couple of years.”
Premier Inn and Italian restaurant chain Prezzo are committed to the Tudno Castle site, with more units to let next door.
On Gloddaeth Street, Travelodge will open in early 2015.
Perfect Dreams has moved into Upper Mostyn Street, as has Anthony Flint Estate Agents and a new, Portuguese restaurant will open up in the New Year.
“We are extremely pleased with the significant investment we have made and can already see the rewards as the business has grown in a few short weeks,” said estate agent Anthony Flint.
Edward Hiller revealed plans for the former Vollams shop on Gloddaeth Street, with three more retail units also under offer.
“There is considerable interest in a number of units owned by the estate and we’re being approached by people seeking to open in the town as well as those who want to develop existing businesses,” he said.
“Things can change quickly, but I sense the direction in the medium term is significantly positive.”