Pacific Werribee officially unveiled
Pacific Werribee’s $400 million redevelopment was officially unveiled by Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas last week, with the final stage in the redevelopment introducing a larger, full-line Myer department store and additional specialty stores.
The latest additions complement the existing urban diner alfresco dining precinct, Gold Class Village Cinemas, new Target and over 50 specialty stores.
“Pacific Werribee delivers a complete, compelling and authentic lifestyle experience with the ultimate in shopping, dining and entertainment options for the whole community to enjoy,” said Bruce Shaw, MD, Buchan Group who provided architecture, interior design, signage and wayfinding services for the refurbished malls. Buchan also acted as the Executive Architect on the Urban Diner which opened in June 2015, working in collaboration with MGS Architects to conceive the design.
The new East/West mall introduces a new generation sculptured and glazed design with wide, sunlit malls, natural materials and marble stone floors characterising the spaces.
Shaw said the rejuvenated Centre epitomises the new face of retail, creating a lifestyle destination beyond that of the traditional retail model.
“We are delighted to see the final stage of the redevelopment come to fruition and are very proud to have worked with Pacific Group of Companies and the team on the Centre’s stunning evolution.”
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