Green Valley Shopping Centre hits market for first time in 40 years

The family-owned Green Valley Village Shopping Centre in Sydney's western suburb of Green Valley has hit the market for the first time in 40 years.  

Originally a small group of shops, the Celea family has expanded the now centre to 20 established stores, which services the local community.  

An expression of interest campaign for the 170 Green Valley Road property is being steered by Ben Stewart of Knight Frank and closes on 21 November.  

Mr Stewart said the centre had a proven 100% occupancy over the decades alongside quality tenants with established businesses. Among them are Penna’s Pharmacy, well-known local favourite Golden King 2000 Chinese Restaurant, a large medical centre and a small supermarket.  

More recently the family introduced a new Thai restaurant, Pizza shop and real estate agent, Raine & Horne. The total lettable area for the centre is 2,834 square metres.      

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