Dandenong Plaza

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Dandenong Plaza
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Location Dandenong, Victoria, Australia
Coordinates 37°59′27″S 145°13′13″E / 37.99083°S 145.22028°E / -37.99083; 145.22028Coordinates: 37°59′27″S 145°13′13″E / 37.99083°S 145.22028°E / -37.99083; 145.22028
Opening date 1989
Management GPT Group
Owner GPT Group[1]
No. of stores and services 189 [1]
No. of anchor tenants 6
Total retail floor area 76,383m²[1]
No. of floors 3
Parking 3,300[2]
Website Official website

Dandenong Plaza is a major-regional shopping centre located in the heart of Dandenong built adjoining Myer Dandenong in 1989. Myer originally opened in Dandenong on November 4, 1974 as a four-level, standalone department store.[3] It is approximately 30 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne CBD. The centre has two large food courts (one outside Target on level 1 and another outside Reading Cinemas on level 2). Level 3 has a large Fresh Food Hall outside Coles supermarket. Dandenong Plaza is in close proximity to the Dandenong Market and also Dandenong Hub.[1]

Facilities[edit]

Dandenong Plaza currently has 76,383 m² of floor space on three levels.

Major Anchors[edit]

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Minor Anchors[edit]

Former Anchors[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d The GPT Group: Dandenong Plaza
  2. ^ http://www.dandenongplaza.com.au/content.aspx?urlkey=about_us
  3. ^ THOUSANDS flocked to McCrae Street to watch Dandenong mayor Keith Miller open Myer’s doors on 4 November 1974. "And they even drank coffee as they waited for the store to open!" The Journal reported on its front page. The $10 million complex was touted as "four levels packed with values and excitement" and dominated the Dandenong skyline. http://dandenong.starcommunity.com.au/star/2013-09-23/huge-crowds-welcomed-emporium/
  4. ^ Dandenong Plaza Stores
  5. ^ http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/south-east/jobs-saved-as-myer-shuts-at-dandenong-plaza/story-fngnvmhm-1226718411312