Silver Arcade is a Grade II listed building in the centre
Leicester City Centre
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. A former shopping arcade, Silver Arcade was built by Amos Hall in 1889. The top floor was closed off in 2000, leaving the units on the ground floor occupied by a number of independent retailers. In 2008, the centre was the focus of a campaign by the Leicester Civic Society to reopen it.
In 2010, plans were announced to reopen the top floors.