Pancakes on the move in Rocks retail refresh

Pancakes on the move in Rocks retail refresh
Pancakes on the move in Rocks retail refresh

Sydney's Pancakes on The Rocks are set to move to a new location at the top of The Rocks Centre on Argyle St as part of a $15 million NSW government initiative to renew and revitalise heritage retail tenancies.

Refurbishment works at The Rocks Centre include floors, ceilings, lighting and shopfronts with Pancakes on The Rocks eventually located on the upper level.

Dominic Perrottet, minister for finance, services and property said the government wants The Rocks to be a heritage precinct with great food experiences, contemporary shopping, and an atmosphere that keeps you coming back.

“Looking around the world, there are some fantastic, creative ways that heritage buildings are used as contemporary retail spaces, and this refurbishment program will help our retailers take The Rocks to that world-class level,” he said.

Other heritage shopfronts nearby will be refurbished including George Street retail spaces, as well as the Metcalfe Bond Stores. 

New tenants to The Rocks include Deciem, 7 RocksDeli, Cosmopolitan Jewelers, ATTY Design and Endeavour  Beer all set to move in, adding to a slew of recent arrivals over the last year, including Aesop, Uashmama, Ribs and Burgers, El Camino, Cosette and Gelatissimo.

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