Myer Centre, Adelaide
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The Myer Centre is a multi-storey shopping and office complex on Rundle Mall in Adelaide. It features over 120 speciality stores as well as its main tenant Myer who occupy five floors. There is also a food court on the lower ground floor as well as several levels of underground car parking.
The fourth and fifth floors once contained an entertainment area known as Dazzleland, Adelaide, which featured attractions including an indoor roller-coaster, that has since been removed. The area that once was Dazzleland is now vacant.
A second tower houses the office space.
The building that houses the speciality stores is also linked to two of its neighbouring buildings (Rundle Mall Plaza and a multi storey car park) via pedestrian bridges on several floors.
Completed in 1991 by the REMM Group of Brisbane, the building was South Australia's most expensive project, costing $1 billion. The building is 75 m (metres) tall and has a large clock on top.
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