Macarthur Square shopping centre unveils $240 million redevelopment

Macarthur Square shopping centre unveils $240 million redevelopment
Macarthur Square shopping centre unveils $240 million redevelopment

A new two-level David Jones store is one of the headline attractions of the recently opened Macarthur Square shopping complex redevelopment.

Commenced in 2015, the $240 million project in south-west Sydney’s Campbelltown also includes international retailer H&M, a new look Coles, fresh food market hall, more than 40 new specialty stores, an alfresco and casual dining precinct, along with 500 additional car spaces.

The Lendlease-managed centre is jointly owned by Australian Prime Property Fund Retail (APPF Retail) and the GPT Wholesale Shopping Centre Fund.

The redevelopment increases the centre’s  gross lettable area (GLA) from 94,300 square metres to approximately 107,000 square metres.

Gary Horwitz, head of retail at Lendlease, said the redevelopment is a response to the changing nature of shopping centres.

“Our customers have told us they want to visit a world class shopping centre without having to travel to the city,” he said.

“The redevelopment of Macarthur Square has allowed us to grow with the region and adapt to the changing demographics and needs of our local customers, ultimately delivering an outstanding, all-encompassing, and sustainable retail experience.

“The centre’s design and retail mix reflects the natural environment and tastes of the region, while customer aspirations are brought to life with an exciting range of popular fashion brands anchored by David Jones and H&M.”

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