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Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City exterior
|Location||Joondalup, Western Australia, Australia|
|Opening date||November 1994|
|Developer||ING Real Estate|
|Management||Lendlease Property Management Australia|
|Owner||Lend Lease Group/Australian Government Future Fund|
|No. of stores and services||300+|
|No. of anchor tenants||8|
|Total retail floor area||96,000 m2 (1,030,000 sq ft)|
|No. of floors||2|
|Parking||Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City has over 4,800 parking bays for your convenience, approximately 1,500 of these are undercover|
|Information from Lakeside Joondalup|
Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City is a major shopping centre, located in Joondalup, a satellite city in the north of Perth. It is located next to Grand Boulevard and is adjacent to the Joondalup railway station. It is currently the second largest shopping centre in Western Australia after Westfield Carousel.
History and development
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Construction of the centre commenced in 1991, and it opened in late November 1994. It celebrated its 10-year anniversary in 2004.
The centre has undergone a number of relevant extensions and developments since opening.
In 1999, the centre has added a new Department Store (Target) in the South-west corner. The area was originally left vacant and was secured until the construction phase began.
Valued at A$116 million (2006), the expansion included a new major supermarket, department store and some 100 speciality stores, as well as adding a four-storey parking structure of 1,710 new car bays located on the south eastern side of the site. The new extensions connect with the existing centre via an enclosed area over Station Square. As part of the extension, ING Real Estate's existing "air rights lease" over the railway line was converted to freehold title. It was a condition of development approval that public access be maintained from the commencement to cessation of rail services at the adjoining Joondalup Interchange.
The first portion of Stage 3 was opened to the public on 7 December 2007. This portion included the Fashion Mall (located within the old East Mall area), the Station Square precinct, the relocated Food Court, as well as a small selection of speciality retail stores.
The Second portion of Stage 3 was opened to the public in April 2008. This allowed access between the lower part of the centre to the adjoining road of Boas Ave. The remainder of Stage 3 was opened to the public on 4 December 2008
In 2012 the centre began further expansion of the centre to the south. The first stage of the expansion opened in March 2014, and included a new multi-storey carpark (800 bays) and 20 specialty stores. This was shortly followed by the opening of an expanded Coles supermarket. The second stage, consisting of a new Myer department store, a new fashion mall, second food court and alfresco dining precinct, opened in November 2014. In December 2014, a new food court opened above the existing food court adding six new food tenants to the centre.
A third stage of expansion continued throughout 2015. This stage included a number of new food establishments, bars, and specialty fashion retailers.
The most striking feature of the centre is the main area known as The Great Space. It consists of a number of white tent-like structures covering the major area, with a large inbuild centre stage and display area located in the middle. Also inside Lakeside Joondalup Shopping City are many variety stores featured within the "Great Space" which offer a variety of different products to centre customers.
Adjoining the centre is the Joondalup Interchange, opened in 1993. The station services the Joondalup Line as well as numerous bus routes covering suburbs from Whitfords to Clarkson and beyond. Further to this, the station is also a member of the TransWA network.
The centre has a number of restrooms facilities located at entry points and lifts throughout the two story section and carparks. The shopping centre also has taxi ranks / set downs at the north, east and west entrances. All are wheelchair accessible.
The centre is divided into a number of areas including:
- The Great Space
- East Mall
- Fashion Mall
- Food Court
- Fresh Food Court
- Station Square
- South Mall
- North Mall
- West Mall
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