New shops open their doors at DUO, Central Park

New shops open their doors at DUO, Central Park
New shops open their doors at DUO, Central Park

DUO, the penultimate development at the $2 billion masterplanned Central Park precinct, has seen new retailers open their doors.

Adventure retailer Kathmandu join Starbucks, Best Bite Convenience and donut shop Cross Lane have opened up on the Broadway retail and restaurant streetscape.

The new DUO retailers will be joined in coming weeks by Fika, a new concept from the team behind innovative café florist Cuppa Flower, as well as new eateries Fire and Coal and Talay’sThai, to add futher spice to the dining mix.

In all, DUO features nine ground floor tenancies with extensive frontage to Broadway.

Kathmandu’s major new store covers a dual tenancy.

One tenancy remains available for lease.

DUO completes the Broadway frontage at Central Park where Woolworths supermarket comes with amenities like Palace Central cinemas.

New shops open their doors at DUO, Central Park

A final opportunity for retailers to set up shop at Central Park was recently released in the Wonderland building, with four boutique tenancies ranging between 57 square metres and 193 square metres suitable for casual dining, restaurant, bar, food and beverage, and service uses.

Wonderland is well-connected between Regent Street, Broadway and Kensington Street.

When complete, Central Park will include 2,200 apartments, 869 student dwellings, three hotels and approximately 25,000 square metres of hospitality space.

About 5,300 people will call Central Park home and around 1,750 people will work there.

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