Stockland Green Hills is nearing completion of the $414 million redevelopment which will more than double the size of the centre from around 33,000 square metres to around 72,000 square metres.
On completion, Stockland Green Hills will feature David Jones, Target plus Big W, Coles and Woolworths, 12 mini-majors including Harris Scarfe, Best & Less and JB Hi-Fi and over 210 specialty and kiosk retailers, including an international retailer to be announced. The centre will also feature a dining and entertainment precinct featuring a 7 screen 900 seat HOYTS Cinema with 2 Xtremescreens, a strong fresh food offer, and a refreshed fashion and retail services mix.
For the ease and convenience of customers, the centre will also increase the availability of parking at the centre by creating approximately 1,500 new car parking bays – to take the total number to more than 3,100 spaces. Stockland Green Hills will also incorporate the latest Free Park Assist guidance system to make it fast and easy for customers to find a vacant parking space. Additionally, the majority of car parking spaces will be undercover.
Upgrades have been undertaken to the surrounding road network including two intersections on the New England Highway and traffic light intersections into the shopping centre. This will improve pedestrian and vehicle access and safety with improved access to both the New England Highway and Hunter Expressway.
The redevelopment has been undertaken in a series of carefully managed stages, with the overall project to be completed over a 27-month period. Throughout all stages, we have seeked to minimise any disruption to retail trade and ensure our customers can continue to enjoy a convenient shopping experience at Stockland Green Hills.
We look forward to continue sharing updates with you as we move through the project, which is forecast to be completed by mid 2018.
Take a look at the animation below, illustrating the build.