Costa's platform for growth in Hull

By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 12 Apr 2019

Major coffee chain Costa is moving into an empty unit in Hull’s Paragon Interchange next month.

The drinks on-the-go specialist is currently renovating a unit opposite WH Smith, and will be open to customers in a few weeks.

The firm has also announced it will be recruiting eight employees for the city centre store.

A spokesman said: “Costa Coffee is pleased to confirm that our new store in Hull's Paragon Interchange will be opening early May, and will be recruiting for eight new additions to the team.

“We are looking forward to being an active part of the local community, getting involved with events, providing the store as a meeting place and helping with fundraising.”

Rival coffee firm Starbucks moved into one of the four newly created units earlier this year, after a £1.4m revamp to replace the former travel centre in the station.

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