WA’s Mandurah Forum Opens Its First Stage of their $350m Redevelopment
Western Australia’s Mandurah Forum has opened the first stage of its $350 million redevelopment. It includes over 1,600 car spaces and park assist technology, new family friendly facilities and free WiFi.
The Mandurah forum’s retail landlord’s Vicinity Centres and ISPT say it has opened on budget and on time, all the shops are now fully leased. It includes a new Target store, a fresh food market precinct and over 60 specialty stores.
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CEO and managing director of Vicinity Centres Angus McNaughton, has said that the new and improved Mandurah Forum has been designed specifically to provide the “best everyday shopping experience for the Peel region,” which is now Perth’s second biggest city.
Mandurah Forum redevelopment has been under construction for just over a year and it is estimated to be creating 1,000 jobs within the construction industry and more than 700 jobs in retail, hospitality and service jobs.
The redevelopment of Mandurah Forum will be completed in early 2018 the centre will welcome Western Australia’s first next generation David Jones store, a new fashion mall, casual dining precinct which will feature around a water oasis and a contemporary food court with an indoor-outdoor play area.