Westfield Hurstville revamp begins

Hurstville_View03_02_hrThe $100 million revamp of Scentre Group-owned Westfield Hurstville in southern Sydney has begun.

The redevelopment includes the introduction of major and mini-major retailers including Woolworths, Big W, JB Hi Fi Home, and Rebel.

The existing centre will be refurbished and feature new floor finishes, lighting, and ceiling treatments, as well as new furniture and soft furnishings.

The Westfield managed car park will be upgraded with the introduction of a ticketless parking system that includes parking guidance technology.

A key feature of the redevelopment will be the new rooftop alfresco dining precinct adjoining the entry to a refurbished and modified Event Cinema which will offer a VMAX screen experience.

“Westfield Hurstville services a trade area of over 329,000 people and receives on average 17.8 million annual customer visits.We are delighted to announce this redevelopment that will deliver exciting new retailers, improved parking and a vibrant rooftop dining precinct,” said Linda Hurst, centre manager, Westfield Hurstville.

“We expect the project will be welcomed by the local community and will bring a fresh new look to Westfield Hurstville. We look forward to sharing updates about the construction in the coming months,”Hurst said.

The construction program will start immediately and is expected to continue until late 2015.

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Comments

5 comments

  1. Yang posted on March 18, 2015

    We've been waiting for this for so long! It looks amazing! Can't wait to see the new look and experience new features of the center!

  2. Jack posted on March 18, 2015

    What happen to Hurstville? Now it's going to be even more full of overpriced cheap stores; If people say they have no money that is because you continue to buy and buy and buy rubbish; cheap overpriced products (mostly made in China for next to nothing so poverty in China is growing instead of reducing) that do not last so you have to keep buying and replacing - What a stupid world we live in! - So Hurstville will now have a glorified 2dollar Westfield shopping centre - Is this a first?

    • Archie posted on August 23, 2015

      If you buy cheap, overpriced products, that don't last, then that's your own fault. There are plenty of quality products out there if you want them, but don't expect to pay $2 for them. Also, plenty of other shopping centres out there, if Hurstville is not good enough.

  3. Alanna posted on March 19, 2015

    Looks like Westfield are "revamping" all the Westfield Shopping Centres that had/have free parking for an excuse to make you pay. First Miranda now Hurstville.

  4. dean posted on April 23, 2015

    hurstville has gone down the drain.

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