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Retail at Central Park

Central is Sydney’s newest shopping precinct, set to open in April 2013 within Broadway’s One Central Park development.

Retail at Central Park


March 9th, 2011

Frasers Property Australia has unveiled the next stage of its Central Park development in downtown Sydney – a 5-level retail space called ‘Central’.


Conceptualised by The Buchan Group, Central will comprise 16,000sqm of space dedicated to gourmet groceries, fashion, electronics retail, entertainment, dining and wellbeing.

The centre aims to be reminiscent of the über-modern experiential retailers of Tokyo, Hong Kong, New York and Singapore, and will service the anticipated 8,000 residents and workers within the Central Park precinct.

The lower ground level will be known as a ‘Global Grocer’, with a supermarket and specialty fresh food purveyors.


Fashion and accessories from Australia and around the world will dominate the ground and first floors, as well as stores offering the latest in gadgets and technology.


Levels 2 and 3 will be known as the ‘Food Empire’, with 20 outlets offering a mix of cuisine from around the world, with a special focus on Asian food.


Levels 2 and 3 will also feature bars and entertainment venues.

Level 4 will feature a 25 metre in-ground swimming pool and garden terrace within a world-class ‘Urban Wellbeing’ health centre.

Frasers Property Australia’s CEO Guy Pahor forecasts that Central will be “a magnetic shopping and dining destination for Sydney’s inner city communities”.

Construction commenced in December 2010, with an expected completion date of April 2013.

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