Stockland Green Hills

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Stockland Green Hills
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LocationEast Maitland, New South Wales, Australia
Coordinates32°45′43″S 151°35′37″E / 32.762074°S 151.593643°E / -32.762074; 151.593643
Opening dateMarch 1990
DeveloperStockland
OwnerStockland
No. of stores and services220[1]
Total retail floor area72,864 m2 (784,302 sq ft)
No. of floors2
Parking3,000
Websitestockland.com.au
Information from Stockland.[2]

Stockland Green Hills is a major shopping centre located in East Maitland, an eastern suburb of Maitland, New South Wales, Australia.

It is located on Molly Morgan Drive, East Maitland near the New England Highway, on a 15.7-hectare (38.8-acre) parcel of land, and primarily serves the Maitland, Lower Hunter and the Upper Hunter regions to the west of Newcastle.

Transport[edit]

The centre is directly serviced by Hunter Valley Buses routes 181, 182, 183 and 189.

Redevelopment[edit]

The redevelopment was announced on 4 November 2015, with the upgrade costing $377 million. The upgrade will incorporate:

  • doubling the size of the centre and will include a new David Jones department
  • An additional level to the centre bringing the total gross lettable area to around 70,000m2
  • A new David Jones department store, plus JB HI-FI Home & Harris Scarfe
  • A new Target Discount Department Store
  • Approximately 100 new specialty stores
  • A new Hoyts Cinema

The new centre will incorporate a new fresh food precinct, a relocated food court and improved undercover parking facilities. A new entry plaza and outdoor restaurant precinct will connect the centre with level access to Mitchell Drive.[3][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stockland Greenhills: Centre Information
  2. ^ Stockland (30 June 2007). Stockland Property Portfolio. p. 43. Retrieved 2007-12-10.
  3. ^ "Stockland Green Hills centre in $337m upgrade". Sydney Morning Herald. 4 November 2015. Retrieved 17 November 2015.
  4. ^ "Stockland announces $337m redevelopment of Green Hills Shopping Centre". The Urban Developer. 4 November 2015. Retrieved 27 September 2016.

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