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Port Adelaide Plaza unveils Stage 2 of its comprehensive $50m redevelopment

Port Adelaide Plaza opened the second stage of its $50 million redevelopment on Thursday 3 December, with a new line up of specialty and food retailers offering customers convenience, choice and variety with fresh produce and free parking in one convenient location.

A true one-stop destination for foodies, families and the health conscious, Port Adelaide Plaza boasts a dynamic mix of fresh seafood, bakery, meat, poultry and casual dining options alongside Kmart, Coles, ALDI and Liquorland. 

“The opening of this stage of Port Adelaide Plaza’s $50 million redevelopment, takes us one step closer in realising our vision for the centre, to create an ‘everyday needs’ community shopping centre with great casual dining options to cater to the 209,000 local residents that live in the trade area, of which more than a quarter are households with children,” said Trevor Dill, Chief Operating Officer, Precision Group.

A one-stop destination for foodies, families and the health conscious

Some of the exciting new retailers to open their doors included The Reject Shop, Sportspower and leading food specialists SA Gourmet Meats, St Georges Bakehouse, Captain Chicken and Seafood and Creative Poultry to complement the offer of two of Australia’s leading supermarkets, Coles and ALDI. 

The foodie paradise also now includes 11 casual dining and quick bite options from Lonestar Rib House & Brews, LLaw Boutique – Café and Wine Bar and Soonta (a healthy Vietnamese restaurant), Ban Ban a ‘chimaek’ diner, Shanghai Tea House, Yiros Central, Adelaide’s own The Original Pancake Kitchen, Sushi Hiro, Boost Juice, Funk Coffee and Food, as well as Sorriso Cucina Italiana, an Italian kitchen inspired by the recipes handed down from generation to generation, which will open later this month. 

Port Adelaide Plaza, at 200 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide

Already home to many of Australia’s favourite retailers — Kmart, Coles, ALDI, Liquorland, Paisley Park Early Learning Centre, Australia Post, Terry White Chemmart, and with a focus on convenience, local daily needs, lifestyle and services, the retail mix at Port Adelaide Plaza is skewed towards providing quality everyday essentials and boasts 900 free on grade car parks, including 250 undercover spaces.

The new Port Adelaide Plaza, at 200 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide, is 13.7km from the Adelaide CBD, a few kilometres to the beach, and is also close to major arterial roads to the Le Fevre Peninsula, including the Port River Expressway and the Northern connector.

The final stage of the Port Adelaide Plaza development is now leasing and presents an additional 30 retail opportunities including fresh food, services, a health club and a medical centre.


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