Feature Stories Development

Stockland Green Hills

On the 30 November 2017, Stockland unveiled the third stage of its $414-million redevelopment of Stockland Green Hills in the Lower Hunter, opening nearly 16,000m2 of new retail including a major Target store, 75 specialties and the first stage of an entertainment and dining precinct.

To officially open the latest stage, John Schroder, Stockland Group Executive and CEO of Commercial Property was joined by Meryl Swanson, MP, Federal Member for Paterson, Jenny Aitchison MP, Member for Maitland, Mayor Loretta Baker, Maitland City Council and Guy Russo, CEO of Department Stores at Wesfarmers.

John Schroder said: “This is our largest retail redevelopment ever undertaken for the Stockland portfolio and we are pushing the boundaries with every element, bringing together the best in retail format, design and entertainment.”

The first half of the new casual dining precinct includes a number of unique design features such as vertical greenery, suspended lanterns and integrated USB power points for mobile phone charging.

An 11-metre-long mural is another unique feature of the new mall. Designed by local artist Ellie Hannon, the vibrant and colourful public artwork provides a modern interpretation of the Hunter River.

Stockland has also opened 490 additional car parking spaces, a new inclusive children’s playspace and a low-sensory Quiet Room for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).


About the author

Shopping Centre News

Shopping Centre News (SCN) is in the ‘information business’, and is perceived as such by its readers. Daily industry news makes shoppingcentrenews.com.au a must-visit as part of the morning routine for those who want to keep right across the latest retail developments and events, while SCN's premium magazine is the leading publication for the shopping centre industry in Australia and New Zealand.

Known as the ‘industry bible’ SCN is printed five times a year with fascinating, in-depth features and important critical analysis written by known industry insiders as well as the popular ‘Guns’ reports, which ranks Australian shopping centre performances. Shopping Centre News is the only publication in the world that features centre statistics on Turnover, Turnover per square metre and Specialty Shop turnover per square metre for every major centre in Australia.

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment

Notice: Undefined index: comment_cookie_gdpr in /opt/amaze/srv/live/app/www/wp-content/themes/herald/core/template-functions.php on line 28

Notice: Trying to access array offset on value of type null in /opt/amaze/srv/live/app/www/wp-content/themes/herald/core/template-functions.php on line 28