Mernda Junction launches

Mernda Junction Shopping Centre has launched in Melbourne’s northern growth corridor. The new centre features a 4000sqm Coles supermarket, a Liquorland and approximately 20 specialty retail stores, of which 17 are already signed up. 

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Located 30km north of the city’s CBD in the suburb of Whittlesea, the centre has a total capacity of 7000sqm and is serviced by more than 300 car parks. The surrounding catchment is estimated at more than 40,000 people.

Colliers International’s Mike Crittenden and Stephanie Siadis are managing the launch, and planning for Stage 2 of the centre is under way.

A spokesman for the centre said: “We are excited to launch a fantastic new neighbourhood shopping centre in the heart of Mernda at the junction of Bridge Inn and Plenty Roads. We look forward to playing a pivotal role at the heart of this vibrant local community.

“It is great to be involved in the development of a new local hub, which has provided the community with a brand new Coles supermarket, a variety of quality retail stores and places to meet and dine.

“Importantly, the centre also provides local employment opportunities.”

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