Narellan Town Centre in western Sydney all set to sport new look

Narellan Town Centre in western Sydney all set to sport new look
Narellan Town Centre in western Sydney all set to sport new look

The $150 million expansion of Narellan Town Centre in Sydney’s south-west is expected to be complete later this year, with the mall’s floor space set to double to 70,000 sqm. 

The northern section of the Town Centre is due for completion late 2016, with the overall development expected to be completed mid-2017, according to the Buchan Group, which is working on the redesign and upgrade.

Among the improvements is a sky bridge over Camden Valley Way that joins the existing southern shopping precinct to the new northern sector. 

The Buchan Group was appointed by Dart West Developments in 2009 to provide architectural and interior design services to the project, revising the centre’s original design concept to create a modern town centre.

The Town Centre is expected to act as a catalyst for further developments in the area and surrounding suburbs.

The Buchan Group’s project director Anthony Palamara said upon completion the new building would “redefine Narellan Town as a new central hub and town centre for Sydney’s south west”.

“The project brief was developed in conjunction with Council and the owners Dartwest Developments. The process involved the consideration of international and local benchmarking to create a major townscape adorned with hard and soft landscape, flanked by restaurants and an active plaza space,” he said.

Narellan Town Centre in western Sydney all set to sport new look

“In terms of standout features, this adjoining sky bridge is the pinnacle of the centre’s extraordinary design as it links the north and south retail precincts seamlessly and effortlessly for shoppers.”

The expanded town centre will rival other major shopping centres in the area, including Macarthur Square in Campbelltown, according to the media release.

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