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In the Pipeline

There are 22 major projects underway or in the pipeline in the world of retail development in this neck of the woods. It’s indicative of the strength of our industry and the quality of our developments. There’s activity in every state as well as in New Zealand.

We profile the action exclusively for our premium members…
• 80 Collins, Melbourne VIC
• Bay Central, Sydney NSW
• Burwood Brickworks, Melbourne VIC
• Carillon City, Perth WA
• Castle Towers, Sydney NSW
• Cockburn Gateway, Perth WA
• Commercial Bay, Auckland, NZ
• Darling Square, Sydney NSW
• Eastern Creek Quarter, Sydney NSW
• Eastland, Melbourne VIC
• Ed.Square, Sydney NSW
• Home Co., Melbourne VIC
• Karrinyup Shopping Centre, Perth WA
• Marrickville Metro, Sydney NSW
• Port Adelaide Plaza, Adelaide SA
• Quay Quarter Lanes, Sydney NSW
• Rouse Hill Town Centre, Sydney NSW
• Rundle Mall Plaza, Adelaide, SA
• Sovereign Hills Town Centre, Port Macquarie NSW
• The District Docklands, Melbourne VIC
• Watergardens Town Centre, Taylors Lakes, VIC
• Yamanto Central, Ipswich QLD

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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.

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