The Skydome ice rink and leisure development is set to under a £2 million facelift.
Investment group Mansford acquired the complex in Coventry in 2011 when it was around 40 per cent vacant and have since attracted new occupiers such as Harvester, casino chain Gentings and Pure Gym.
Mansford has now submitted planning applications to Coventry City Council for a number of internal and external improvements to the scheme including new canopies, walkways and an improved atrium.
Work will start in August if the project is given the green light by the authority.
Phil Morris, of property consultancy EJ Hales which is advising Mansford, said: "Skydome has come a very long way in less than three years.
"When Mansford acquired the complex in 2011, they needed to attract new occupiers and they have brought several new brands and outlets into Coventry city centre that hadn't been here before.
"That has really helped to give the Skydome a new lease of life which is exactly what it needed.
"But it's vitally important that we continue to invest in and improve the Skydome to make sure it remains a leisure destination that attracts visitors from across the city and beyond. These new plans are very much part of that."
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