The new centre will include:
- Additional supermarkets, existing Woolworths and fresh food precinct
- Large format international retailers
- Contemporary Designer Brands
- Comprehensive food and beverage offering
- Indoor and alfresco dining
- Large piazza, corso and main street
- Leisure, lifestyle and entertainment which will include a new state-of-the-art 10 screen Hoyts cinema
- Inviting external landscaped community space which will include a kids play area, mature trees and relaxing, green, open spaces
- High-end residential apartments
On completion the centre will be approximately 109,000 square metres.
Karrinyup is a gateway where coast meets city – laid-back and relaxed while forward-thinking and cosmopolitan.
It has all the conveniences of a local centre, but also connects shoppers internationally.
Karrinyup is a home away from home, which captures the outdoor and active essence of what it means to live in Perth.
It delivers a sense of excitement and surprise through great food, entertainment and retail brands that are aspirational and customised to the local climate, lifestyle and culture.
Karrinyup is where you connect with nature through high ceilings, water, and natural timber – it has a uniquely coastal design that is elegant, sophisticated yet warm. It is upmarket, and authentic - a sense of luxury that isn’t flashy or superficial.
Karrinyup offers the best selection of local, farm fresh, organic and speciality foods.
Construction will commence on Monday 19th November 2018.
AMP Capital is working with Multiplex on design development and project staging. The length of the development is yet to be confirmed but it is expected to take around three years.
The development is estimated to cost around $800 million.
The centre will grow from 59,874 square metres to around 109,000 square metres.
The centre will have around 290 stores on completion.
The redevelopment is expected to boost the Western Australian economy and retail sector, with the creation of approx. 2,500 jobs during construction and 2,500 new retail, support and management jobs.
Importantly, the development will provide jobs for the next generation, with retail jobs in particular providing employment to university and school students, as well as in many cases, a second family income.
Karrinyup Shopping Centre will be mixed use, including retail, residential and commercial, as seen with our development at Ocean Keys Shopping Centre and the proposed development at Garden City Shopping Centre.
On completion of the development there will be up to 4,500 parking spaces.
Multiplex has been appointed to build the new centre after a competitive tender process.