The first stage of the $100m Kardinya Park Shopping Centre development will commence in early May following several months of initial preparation works, including the demolition of the North Lake Road petrol station.
Stage 1, which is scheduled to be completed in mid-October 2021, will include power and gas infrastructure upgrades, earthworks and retaining walls in the North Lake Road end of the site. The South Street wall will also be reinforced – with car parking returning to normal after its completion.
Roadworks along North Lake Road will allow for the upgrade of its main access point, whilst a new north/south service “tunnel” to the west of Coles will service the new fresh food precinct which will be constructed in future stages to the south of Coles.
Finally, there will be enabling works carried out to allow for the construction of the 7-Eleven service station and public access via vehicles into the site, followed by its construction. Centre owner, Dr Con Berbatis, said that it was his ambition to move to Stage 2 – which will include the construction of the fresh food precinct, multi deck car park and the South Street intersection – in early 2022.
“It is also intended that we will construct the medical centre on the corner of South Street and North Lake Road and other key service-focussed tenancies that will be revealed in coming months.”
“…Further the South Street intersection will be signalised and at-grade; improving safety and convenience”, he said.
The final stage, Stage 3, is planned to deliver a stunning food, beverage and entertainment precinct including state-of-the-art cinemas and residential apartments. It is hoped that Stage 3 will get underway in early 2023 and be completed within 18 months, though this is yet to be confirmed.
“The WA economy is booming, retail is exceptionally strong and this is the ideal time to progress this suburb-changing development”, said Dr. Berbatis.
“We are very optimistic that good times lie ahead for Kardinya Park Shopping Centre,” he said.
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