Lavington Square Shopping Centre
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Upper level parking lot entrance
|Location||Lavington, New South Wales, Australia|
|Address||Griffith Road, Lavington NSW 2641|
|Owner||Federation Limited (100%)|
|No. of stores and services||57|
|No. of anchor tenants||3|
|Total retail floor area||20,488 m²|
|No. of floors||2 (including second story parking)|
Lavington Square Shopping Centre opened in the late 70's in the Albury suburb of Lavington, NSW. Since opening the shopping centre has undergone several upgrades and name changes the most major upgrades to the centre were done after Federation Limited bought the shopping centre in 1994. The shopping centre currently has 57 specialty retailers and 3 major retailers including Safeway, BIG W and Aldi. The shopping centre also houses the lavington Australia Post branch for the post code of 2641.
- 1996 saw the shopping centre gain extensions including a fresh food area.
- 2004–2006 the shopping centre went under a major redevelopment with work beginning July 2004 and adding a 350 seat Diners Life food court, a Fresh Life precinct and 20 new specialty stores including Best & Less, Aldi, The Reject Shop and a refurbishment of BIG W. local construction group Zauner acquired the 22 million contract to build and construct the shopping centre. The centre was officially opened on the 16th of March, 2006 at a cost of 33 million.