31 October 2017

Media release

The third stage of the $414 million redevelopment of Stockland Green Hills Shopping Centre will launch on Thursday 30 November, unveiling an exciting new section of mall with more than 75 new retailers.

At the heart of the growing mall will be a new 5,900 square metre full-line Target offering the latest instore design and technology for customers.

Ladies will have a collection of new fashionable outlets to explore including Ally Fashion, Taking Shape, W Lane, Rockmans, Lorna Jane, Secrets Shhhh, Michael Hill, and Novo Shoes.

For the men, new retailers, Universal Store, Connor, The Athlete’s Foot, Y.D, Ed Harry, Tarocash and InSport will also open their doors providing a great array of casual, sport and formal wear.

Toys and technology will also be well covered in time for Christmas with EB Games Zing Pop Culture, The Games Shops and Build-A-Bear to open their doors as well.

Daniel Brabant, Stockland Green Hills Development Manager, said: “The bigger, better and brighter Stockland Green Hills is truly taking shape and we look forward to unveiling this exciting new stage next month.

“With over 75 new stores focussing on fashion, beauty, toys and technology, customers will be able to experience Christmas shopping in Maitland like never before.”

Since the redevelopment commenced in January 2016, Stockland Green Hills has opened 30 new retailers including Australian Geographic, Darrel Lea Kards & Kandy, and Bed Bath N’ table as well as returning a number of key retailers to new premises, including Dan Murphy’s ,The Reject Shop, Best&Less and MyHouse.

Daniel Brabant continues: “We’ve made great progress so far this year and we look forward to continuing to transform Stockland Green Hills into the premier retail, entertainment and casual dining destination in the Lower Hunter.”

The November 30 stage opening will also see Stockland open their new food court, as well as 490 new car parking spaces and an exciting new inclusive children’s playground. Following on from the delivery of the new premium bathrooms, parents room and adults change room facility, Stockland will unveil a Quiet Room on November 30. Designed to create a safe place for parents, carers and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), providing a calm, low sensory environment, which can be used as a retreat away from the busy shopping centre.

Upon completion in mid-2018, the centre will more than double in size to around 74,000 square metres and will feature the first new look David Jones department store in the Hunter, a new Target discount department store, a new 900 seat Hoyts cinema and around 220 tenancies with a vibrant new dining and entertainment precinct that will be the biggest and best in the region.


Notes to editor

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