Myer Centre, Adelaide

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Myer Centre Adelaide
Myer centre - outside.jpg
General information
Type Retail, Office
Location Adelaide, Australia
Construction started 1988
Completed 1991
Cost A$ 1 billion
Height
Antenna spire 75 m (246 ft)
Roof 68 m (223 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 21 (14 floors above ground & 7 floors underground)
Design and construction
Architect Buchan, Laird and Bawden
Developer REMM Group Ltd
Structural engineer Wallbridge and Gilbert
Main contractor REMM Constructions Pty Ltd & Allco Newsteel Pty Ltd
Website
www.myercentreadelaideshopping.com.au

The Myer Centre is a five level shopping centre in the heart of the Adelaide CBD situated along the Rundle Mall shopping precinct and North Terrace. The centre is the home of the largest Myer Department Store in South Australia, a lower ground food court, and 110 specialty shops (predominantly apparel and jewellery). Other major retailers include Rebel Sport, Lincraft, ABC Shop, Chemist Warehouse, Rivers, TEMT, Toyworld and Priceline. Above the centre is a 6 level office tower, called Terrace Towers, which houses numerous federal & state government departments. The Myer Centre, originally constructed in 1991, underwent a major upgrade and rebrand in 2013.

Inside of the Myer Centre in 2007, prior to remodelling, looking down from the 5th floor.

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Coordinates: 34°55′20″S 138°36′2″E / 34.92222°S 138.60056°E / -34.92222; 138.60056