Strathpine Centre

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Strathpine Centre
Location Strathpine, Brisbane Australia
Coordinates 27°18′25″S 152°59′30″E / 27.30694°S 152.99167°E / -27.30694; 152.99167Coordinates: 27°18′25″S 152°59′30″E / 27.30694°S 152.99167°E / -27.30694; 152.99167
Opening date 22 August 1983
Management JLL
Owner Hong-Kong subsidiary of The Blackstone Group
No. of stores and services 165
No. of anchor tenants Aldi, Big W, Event Cinemas, Woolworths, Coles, Target, JB Hi-Fi
Total retail floor area 47,550m2 or 511,828ft2 (approx)
No. of floors 2
Parking Approx 2761
Website strathpinecentre.com.au

Strathpine Centre is an urban shopping centre located in Strathpine, a suburb in Moreton Bay, north of Brisbane.

The centre was built and opened in 1983 by The Westfield Group.[citation needed] It is anchored by Big W and Target discount department stores and Woolworths, Coles and ALDI supermarkets. The centre has a food court anchored by fast food chains such as McDonalds, KFC and Subway . There is also an 8-screen multiplex cinema (operated by Event Cinemas), bowling alley, gaming arcade and a gym on an upper mezzanine level.

Most of the centre is single level with a rooftop carpark. It has a bus station with services to Chermside, Toombul, Redcliffe and local services to surrounding suburbs. Strathpine Centre is about a 10-minute walk to Strathpine Railway Station, with services to Redcliffe and Ipswich via Brisbane.

Strathpine Centre has approximately 165 specialty stores mostly within the categories of clothing, general merchandise, homewares and cosmetics.

Prior to September 2015, Scentre Group owned and managed the centre as Westfield Strathpine until it was sold off in August 2015 along with three other centres for a total of $783 Million.[1] The subsequent owner is a subsidiary of The Blackstone Group while JLL will be responsible for management of the centre. On 11 September 2015, management unveiled the centre's new branding and identity going forward.

Myer closure and centre modification[edit]

After the closure of the Myer Department Store at Strathpine on Saturday 3 March 2007, the section of centre where Myer was located was closed off to allow for a redesign. A new mall was unveiled shortly thereafter and features a Target variety store, JB Hi-Fi and many other retail stores.

A new 2 level Myer store opened in 2008 at Westfield North Lakes, ensuring that Myer still has a department store in the Moreton Bay region.

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