Richmond Marketplace completes first phase of $11m refurb

Richmond MarketplaceThe ISPT-owned Richmond Marketplace shopping centre in Sydney’s Northwest has completed the first stage of its $11 million redevelopment with stage two underway.

Stage two of the centre renovation will consist of the refurbishment of the centre’s March Street frontage as well as the introduction of an expanded external courtyard with additional outdoor seating, a community accessible amphitheatre and a new outdoor children’s play area.

The centre’s redeveloped car park, part of the first stage of the redevelopment, has now been completed and is operational, along with the recent refurbishment of an onsite Woolworths supermarket.

Stage two will include a significant face lift for all common areas and entry points to the Centre.

Chris McCluskey, ISPT’s general manager Development Services, said stage two of the centre upgrade would complement the recently completed stage one redevelopment.

“The newly refreshed and modernised Centre will become the shopping destination of choice in the Hawkesbury region once completed,” McCluskey said.

Richmond Marketplace will continue to trade as normal throughout the refurbishment works which are anticipated to last approximately six months. Second stage of the redevelopment commenced last month.

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