AMP Capital Shopping Centres
AMP Capital Shopping Centres
Level 16, 50 Bridge Street
SYDNEY NSW 2000
AMP Capital Shopping Centres’ $2.8 billion development pipeline is transforming some of Australia’s most iconic shopping centres. The development pipeline will deliver to customers the next generation of shopping centres that are destinations and leisure hubs for their local communities.
As part of this $2.8 billion pipeline, AMP Capital has commenced developments at Macquarie Centre in northern Sydney, Ocean Keys Shopping Centre in northern Perth and Pacific Fair on the Gold Coast.
AMP Capital commenced the $440 million redevelopment of Macquarie Centre in October 2012. The new Macquarie Centre will provide one of the finest retail and leisure destinations tailored to residents and the expanding Macquarie University and Macquarie Business Park. The development will completely change the centre into an innovative shopping destination by October 2014, showcasing established local and international brands, aspirational fashion retailers, unique leisure and lifestyle retailers and the best fresh food offering in the area.
The first stage of the development—the fresh food precinct—will open with an expansive offering of fresh food and grocery stores on 17 July 2014, and will include three major supermarkets—ALDI, Woolworths and Coles, as well as local producers and specialty Asian food stores.
On completion, Macquarie Centre will be the largest suburban shopping centre in Sydney.
For more information, visit www.newmacquariecentre.com.au.
Pacific Fair is being transformed into a world-class shopping destination with a $670 million redevelopment which commenced in January 2014. This investment will create the largest shopping centre in Queensland and the fourth largest in Australia.
On completion the new development will include:
- a full line David Jones to complement the current Myer
- a new, relocated Target to add to the existing Kmart and new Big W
- a new fresh food marketplace anchored by Coles and a new Woolworths
- 1,300 new parking spaces, bringing the total to 6,500
- a world-class indoor/outdoor leisure and entertainment precinct, and dining and bar experience
- an additional 120 specialty stores, with the centre boasting approximately 420 stores on completion.
The centre will be completely integrated with a new two-level mall connecting the new and existing sections, adding around 50,000 square metres of retail space, taking it to approximately 150,000 square metres.
The first stage is will open in late 2014, with the development to be completed in mid-2016.
For more information, visit www.newpacificfair.com.au.
AMP Capital commenced the $105 million development of Ocean Keys Shopping Centre in Perth in 2012, with the first stage open in March 2014.
The redevelopment was completed at the end of 2014 when a new Target will join existing major stores Kmart, Coles and Woolworths, and will incorporate more than 120 shops and services. The centre will grow from 22,760 square metres to approximately 37,000 square metres on completion. The design of the centre will be fully integrated with the surrounding town centre and will feature a new casual dining precinct and 10 new residential apartments adjoining the centre, delivering a more active neighbourhood centre where people can work, live and be entertained.
For more information, visit www.oceankeys.net.au.