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In the Pipeline: HomeCo Hawthorn East, Keysborough and Braybrook

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HomeCo is in the process of re-purposing sites into best of brands retail precincts. The HomeCo concept is built upon convenience based, value for money retail centres. Each centre comprises of retailers covering one of three distinct retail offering categories: daily retail needs; leisure & lifestyle; homewares & electrical. HomeCo. has three projects currently under contruction in Victoria: Hawthorn East (anchored by Woolworths, Dan Murphy’s, Chemist Warehouse, Anaconda); Keysborough (anchored by Aldi, IGA, Chemist Warehouse); and Braybrook (anchored by Coles, Liquorland, TK Maxx, BCF, Australia Post). HomeCo Richlands in Queensland has had plans approved and is receiving strong interest from retailers.

Owner: Home Consortium
Retail category: Large Format
Development stage: Under construction
Project type: New
Completion date:
Hawthorn East, July 2019;
Keysborough August 2019
Braybrook August 2019
Project size:
Hawthorn East 11,300m2
Keysborough 13,000m2
Braybrook 13,400m2.
Architect: The Buchan Group
Builder: Mainbrace (Keysborough)
H.Troon (Hawthorn East and Braybrook)
Leasing: Home Consortium

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