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AMP Capital has provided a glimpse of the new Macquarie Centre, opening the first stage of its $440 million redevelopment of the centre in Sydney’s North Ryde. Also, in a first for Australia, the centre boasts an innovative 21-metre curved digital panel which delivers both ambient content and advertising. The second stage of the development will be completed in time for the busy Christmas shopping period, with the new Macquarie Centre set to provide one of the finest retail and leisure destinations tailored to residents and the expanding Macquarie University and Macquarie Business Park.
AMP Capital Shopping Centres Managing Director, Bryan Hynes said Macquarie’s retail offering and customer experience will be transformed.

Macquarie Centre is owned by the AMP Capital Retail Trust, the AMP Capital Shopping Centre Fund and the Australian Core Property Portfolio and is managed by AMP Capital Shopping Centres.
To find out more about AMP Capital Shopping Centres or for leasing opportunities, visit our Shopping Centres section.
Delivered on 17 July, ahead of schedule and on budget, the development’s first stage includes more than 37 food and specialty retailers, 29 of which are new to the centre, a vibrant fresh food market, new Coles and ALDI supermarkets and a refurbished Woolworths.
The centre will grow to be approximately 138,500 square metres in size on completion, making it the largest suburban shopping centre in Sydney.

With a total trade area of 337,770 people, expected to unleash $6 billion in retail spending by 2021, the north-west corridor is considered the new capital of household wealth in Sydney and by the end of the year the area will have a new-look shopping centre to match,” Mr Hynes said.

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