Development News

Construction Update – February 2019

We are excited to share the latest aerial shots from our construction partner Multiplex and show you how much progress has been made in the last month. Some key construction updates below:
  •  The car park deck has now been demolished along with the food court to make way for our new fashion loop. 
  • The first of six cranes have been installed on site. 
  • The new fire sprinkler tank construction has commenced. 
  • We have started the excavation ready for the construction of the new basement and multi-deck car parks. 
  • The construction of the foundations for the lifts and stairwells for the new fashion loop has commenced.

Construction Update – January 2019

Our construction partner Multiplex has started to provide aerial photographs of the eastern construction site, which is now largely behind site fencing. The images give us a sneak peek “above the scenes” into the scale of the development currently being undertaken on the east end of the site. The images [above/ below] were taken in late December 2018. Some key construction updates below:

  • Multiplex has already completed the installation of the large stormwater detention tanks to the south-east of the site
  • Demolition of the undercover car park to the north east of the site (former car park 8A) has been completed
  • The demolition of the old food court is well underway
  • Installation of piling alongside the outside of Big W is underway so excavation can continue for what will be the future multi-deck car park
  • The construction team will begin to break through behind the large level 1 hoarding at Centre Court, which will eventually become the entrance to the new Fashion Loop.

Development Carparking changes 

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As we undergo the exciting transformation of Karrinyup Shopping Centre, there will be some changes to parking. 

Parking will still be available at Karrinyup, accessible from multiple car park entries located off Karrinyup Road and Burroughs Road. The Big W undercover car park will also still be open, with access undercover via a new ramp. Please refer to the above map.

It is our focus to make your shopping experience as convenient as possible and appreciate your patience during this time. We look forward to sharing this exciting journey with you.

STORE RELOCATIONS


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February 2019

In the lead up to the commencement of the development, a number of retailers will be relocating to different positions in the centre, some retailers will be leaving, and new retailers will be joining the centre. Negotiations are also well underway to bring on board exciting new local, national and international retailers. We will continue to keep you updated on key milestones of the development here in the coming months.

Recently Relocated Stores: 
Just Jeans has relocated to Level 1 in store number F124 near David Jones
Smiggle has relocated to store number G21 near Myer 
Westpac has relocated inside the centre to store number G112 near Woolworths
Medibank has relocated to the Ground Floor in store number K08 near Big W
Telstra has relocated to store number G100 near the Customer Service Desk 
Terry White Chemmart has relocated to store number G103 near the Customer Service Desk 
Witchery has relocated to store number F135 near Jamaica Blue and Myer
Mulberry Cards & Gifts has relocated to Level 1 soon in store number F122 near David Jones
Seed has relocated to store number F104 near Myer, and their new store stocks womenswear 
Peter Alexander has relocated to store number F105 near Jamaica Blue
The Athlete’s Foot has relocated to store number G07A near The Coffee Club 
Nine West has relocated to store number F131 near Mecca
Just Cuts has relocated to store number G74 near the Customer Service Desk
Lorna Jane has relocated to store number G26 near Myer
Honey Birdette has relocated to store number G25 near Myer
SumoSalad has relocated to store number K13 near Myer
Typo has relocated to store number G14 near Myer
Cotton On Kids has relocated to store number G20 near Myer
Cotton On has relocated to store number G22 near Myer 
Zubias Threading has relocated to Level 1 in store number K25 near Myer 
Professionail has relocated to store number G64A near Big W
Travelex has relocated to store number K01 near Centre Court 
B Store has relocated to store G61 on the ground floor, near Big W
MIMCO has relocated to Level 1 in store F103, near MYER
Medibank has relocated to the Ground Floor in store number K27 near David Jones

New Stores:
Grafton Street has opened in store number K03 near David Jones
Secret Blumen has opened in store number K20 near The Coffee Club 

 

HUNGRY? TAKE YOUR PICK!

NOVEMBER 2018


With 14 delicious food, eatery and café options are available at Karrinyup for you to enjoy, relax or grab a quick bite to go. 

Baker's Delight
Ground Floor, near Fresh Food Mall

Boost Juice
Ground Floor, Centre Court

Café​ Stockholm 
Level 1, near David Jones 

Café 34
Ground Floor, near Woolworths 

Gelare
Ground Floor, Centre Court

Grafton St.
Ground Floor, near David Jones

Gregory's Meat & Poultry
Ground Floor, Fresh Food Mall

Jamaica Blue
Level 1, near Myer

La Crepe Café
Ground Floor, near Woolworths

Miss Maud
Ground Floor, near Big W

Nagomi Sushi
Ground Floor, Fresh Food Mall

SumoSalad
Ground Floor, near Myer

Sushii Izakaya
Level 1, near David Jones

The Coffee Club
Ground Floor, Centre Court 

ANZ and NAB Banks Still Open



ANZ and NAB Banks are still open for trade outside!

Access these stores through the Australia Post entry. 

$800m Karrinyup Shopping Centre development commences 

NOVEMBER 2018

 

AMP Capital is pleased to announce the commencement of the $800 million development of Karrinyup Shopping Centre, with works to begin Monday 19th November 2018 and an estimated completion time of three years. 

This significant development, which AMP Capital is managing on behalf of owner UniSuper, will see the centre almost double, growing from 59,874 sqm to 109,000sqm, and incorporating additional supermarkets, large-format international retailers, an alfresco dining precinct and a state-of-the-art 10 screen Hoyts cinema. 

In addition, the development will incorporate 94 high-end residential apartments. 

AMP Capital’s Global Head of Real Estate Carmel Hourigan said the development is a great opportunity for AMP Capital to demonstrate its ability to incorporate the next generation of retail experiences to position this longstanding shopping centre destination for the future, while delivering sustainable investment outcomes for UniSuper. 

“As long-term investors in Western Australia, today marks a significant day for AMP Capital and our valued client, UniSuper and its members who are the ultimate recipients of the compelling investment returns that this development aims to deliver,” Ms Hourigan said.

As investors in Karrinyup Shopping Centre for more than 20 years, the investment in the development of Karrinyup by UniSuper represents a continued commitment to ensuring the centre continues to play a key role in the community.

Kent Robbins, UniSuper’s Head of Property & Infrastructure, said: “UniSuper is excited to commence construction on the development of Karrinyup to meet the needs of our customers and the community. In partnership with AMP Capital, we will deliver new dining, entertainment and retail formats consistent with the fast-moving evolution of the retail market globally, while retaining a distinctive Karrinyup style. This significant further investment into Karrinyup by our national membership base is expected to enhance and protect the sustainable returns from this quality investment into the future.”

Already much-loved and highly successful, Karrinyup has a loyal shopping community who are ready to see their centre evolve. The vision for the development is to respond to the feedback and insights of our customers and the community by delivering a landmark destination with the highest-quality retail and lifestyle offering that merges both the physical and digital world to create a more customised and seamless shopping experience. 

“Our vision is to create a place that’s uniquely Perth and applies what we know about retail trends of the future and the expectations of our customers. However, what really makes this development special is the connections we build and the lasting impact we can make in the community, particularly by creating long-term employment opportunities,” Ms Hourigan continued. 

AMP Capital expects the project to generate approximately 2,500 jobs during construction and subsequently a further 2,500 retail, support and management jobs, providing long-term employment opportunities.  

AMP Capital looks forward to partnering with Western Australia’s largest and most respected construction companies, Multiplex who has been appointed as the builder for the development and will work closely with leading architects Taylor Robinson Chaney Broderick and Hames Sharley on the design of the project. The centre will remain trading throughout the development program with works being carefully scheduled to minimise disruption. 

About the development

 

  • Construction commenced on Monday 19th November, with the development set to be complete in three years
  • The centre will almost double in size, expanding from 59,874 sqm to 109,000sqm
  • The development is estimated to cost $800 million
  • The development will include approximately 290 stores, including large-format international retailers, high quality fashion retailers and an exciting food and beverage offering 
  • Large piazza, corso and main street 
  • Leisure, lifestyle and entertainment which will include a state-of-the-art 10 screen HOYTS cinema 
  • Inviting external landscaped community space which will include a kids’ play area, trees and relaxing, green, open spaces
  • 94 high-end residential apartments will be included in Eastern side of the development 

 

DA APPROVED ON HOYTS CINEMA



April 2017

In a positive step for Karrinyup, the West Australian Department of Planning approved the amendment to the development application which sees the inclusion of new Hoyts Cinemas and retail space on the recently-acquired Bankwest site.

The new approval allows AMP Capital to expand the centre up to 121,000 sqm with the ability to contruct the first Hoyts north of the river. This is another significant milestone for Karrinyup and places the centre in a strong position to deliver a comprehensive entertainment precinct, anchored by Hoyts.

The brand new cinema will offer a first-to-Perth experience, with HOYTS bringing customers every seat in every cinema fitted out with exclusive powered recliner seating where guests can sit back and enjoy the movie in comfort. Xtremescreens will also be a feature that boasts the biggest screens in the complex complete with DOLBY ATMOS surround sound giving audiences greater immersion into the movie. For that extra touch of luxury, HOYTS LUX is the unforgettable premium cinema experience, offering delicious gourmet food and wine selections with an in-cinema dining service.

AMP CAPITAL APPOINTS CONTRUCTION PARTNER FOR THE REDEVLOPMENT OF KARRINYUP SHOPPING CENTRE



July 2016

AMP Capital has appointed construction company Multiplex as the builder for the $600 million redevelopment of Karrinyup Shopping Centre. 

Multiplex CEO, John Flecker, said that after completing an extensive refurbishment of Karrinyup Shopping Centre in 1996, Brookfield Multiplex is delighted to deliver the centre’s next redevelopment, which will transform it into a world-class shopping and lifestyle precinct.
 
 “Several members of our current team worked on the 1996 refurbishment, myself included, so it’s exciting to have the opportunity to again bring Karrinyup Shopping Centre into a new age with AMP Capital.  
 
“Multiplex has a strong history of delivering landmark retail developments in Western Australia and Karrinyup Shopping Centre will be no exception.  We look forward to working collaboratively with AMP Capital and renowned architects Hames Sharley and Taylor Robinson to finalise the detailed design over the coming months, ahead of starting construction next year,” Mr Flecker said.