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Ed.Square Town Centre all set to launch next stage

The next stage of Frasers Property Australia’s much anticipated Ed.Square Town Centre will open to the public on Thursday 29th April, 2021 and will include Eat Street and more than 40 specialty retailers.
Situated in the growth corridor at the northern periphery of Sydney’s south-west, the Town Centre is at the heart of the new Ed.Square community, right next door to the Edmondson Park Train Station. Adding to the already open full-line Coles supermarket and Liquorland is a stellar line up of local and national retailers, with the precinct set to be south-west Sydney’s newest dining and entertainment destination.
A foodie and fun-seekers haven, the next stage of Ed.Square Town Centre will showcase more than 20 different cuisines from around the globe with an inner-city style alfresco restaurant and dining precinct, Eat Street, creating a vibrant and interesting family friendly meeting and entertainment destination.
A high quota of cult eateries will be on offer via the likes of Degani Café, Daily Bean Café and Dessert Bar, Masala Kitchen, Burger Point, Loaded By BL, Gami Chicken and Beer, Thanh Binh Asian Fusion, Max Brenner, Baby Bao, Royal Copenhagen, Hungry Sherpa, Mad Manoush, Kitchai, the Subset 27 Tavern and more.

“Ed.Square will be the first Burger Point in south-west Sydney and we can’t wait to showcase our brand in a new region,” said Tim Casaje, who owns Burger Point. “We’ve had many customers asking when we’d be expanding into this area and we’re excited to be coming to them soon.”

The precinct is set to be south-west Sydney’s newest dining and entertainment destination
Opening with Eat Street will be Australia’s newest Event Cinemas complex, featuring six screens, two cinema concepts and three seating styles, meaning locals can enjoy ‘your cinema, your way’.
Joining the entertainment line-up is leading Australian entertainment centre, iPlay. The 1,600m2 store will feature more than 80 arcade games, including the latest releases and vintage classics. It will also be the first iPlay centre in Sydney to feature bowling lanes and a bar, known as Jimmy’s Bar.

“Bustling with energy and activity, day and night, Ed.Square is expected to transform the area’s entire retail and social landscape, bringing much needed amenity to our community and beyond,” said Felicity Armstrong, General Manager Retail Assets, Frasers Property Australia. “As an integrated dining and entertainment destination, there will always be something new for Sydneysiders to discover at Ed.Square Town Centre.”

The centre will officially open at 10:30am on April 29th with a Welcome to Country and ribbon cutting ceremony, launching the centre’s four days of free family fun, where customers are invited to ‘let the adventure begin’. The centre will be brought to life and celebrate its community with an array of local performances, musicians, and workshops, with acts such as the Bindi Bosses; a progressive, contemporary South-Asian performing arts company that seamlessly blends traditional, classic, and folk dance, featuring signature henna-style face and body art. The dance trio will also host a family friendly henna workshop.

The next stage of Frasers Property Australia’s much anticipated Ed.Square Town Centre will open to the public on Thursday 29th April
The opening weekend has been designed as a festival showcasing some of the best local talent with a new experience for customers each time they visit. Something for big and little kids alike, Sip’s n Strokes will be hosting one-hour art and craft workshops across the four-day celebration, allowing visitors to take a little bit of Ed.Square home. Giant games zone including a three-metre basketball hoop and mini-golf putt putt will be on offer, with retailer prizes up for grabs across the weekend including vouchers, Event Cinemas family passes and iPlay free play tokens.
The centre will also be home to a health and wellbeing hub featuring an Anytime Fitness 24-hour gym, full service medical precinct with MyHealth Medical Centre and beauty retailers such as Mancave Barbershop and Amelia Jacobs Hair and Beauty.
Ed.Square Town Centre is also set to become a one-stop-shop for everyday convenience with a vibrant fresh food offer including Nak Meats, Fishery & Co and Ambey’s Big Apple, complemented by services such as a Chemistworks, mycar Tyre and Auto and Snap Carwash.
Upon completion, Ed.Square Town Centre will be home to approximately 90 retailers across 25,000m2 of retail space, including additional amenities and a kids’ play zone expected to be delivered in the second half of 2021.

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