Kardinya Park will be more than a $100 million mega-mall, it will also act as a family entertainment precinct, offering locals even more reason to love their well-established suburb of Kardinya.
Currently the sprawling, sleepy suburban shopping centre offers the convenience of a Coles and Kmart and other smaller stores.
The South Street-North Lake Road intersection, the closeness of the activity hub formed by Murdoch University and Fiona Stanley Hospital, and the competitive advantage provided by the indefinite postponement of a $750 million upgrade for nearby Garden City, are all factors in why Kardinya Park is ready for a revamp.
Artist Impression- Entertainment Precinct. Photo Credit: Hames Sharley
View from South. Photo credit Hames Sharley
Features of the newly proposed shopping centre include a cinema, public plaza, alfresco dining precinct, additional supermarkets, public pool and rock climbing walls.
Location wise, residents at The Heights can’t look past the convenience of Kardinya Park, as it’s only a three minute drive straight from their front door to the entrance of the shops. Parking will be a breeze with concept plans from Hames Sharley, show a new multi-deck car-park. In the future, if a nice dinner and drinks at the public plaza and a movie to follow is on the cards, it will only be a leisurely 15-minute walk from the estate. Riding over might even be the way to go with bike parking options available.
Food, movies, drinks and shopping are the only facilities residents are the highs will make the most of, a ‘wellness’ precinct is also on the cards. Potential medical, dental, diagnostic and veterinary tenants, childcare services, and a mechanic have all been proposed in the redevelopment.
Pending approval, the developer hopes to begin earthworks in May and building in June, with an anticipated completion date of July 2022.
Now is the time to buy at The Heights so that your new home will be ready to enjoy Perth’s latest “town centre”, Kardinya Park. Register your interest today!