ghs wrote:I went there today and noticed one interesting thing.In the underground car parks, there's a light and sensor above every car park.When a person parks in a car park the light above the car turns red and when you vacateit turns green. It does make it easier to find a park as you just need to look for a green lightand you can see the lights from a fair distance.It's something new anyway I've never seen it before. I am not sure if it will take off though, seems a bit silly to me.
Burger wrote:On the future stages, Cohen Group actually owns The Boulevarde (small, covered strip of shops between the main Centre and Greenhill Rd) as well as ANZ on the corner and the carpark and F&V shop behind. I have seen plans for 8 stages, including the Aus Post corner. To get that far, they would take the entire bock - Greenhill, Sydney, Cator & Portrush. Would make for a big Centre.
Burger wrote:Ben, I'll have to trawl through some of my archives. The last bit of active work on it was 2.5 years ago but I've kept in touch through my contacts. I'll see what I can dredge up.
Zara's Burnside Village opening confirmed
Local News18 Nov 11 @ 10:00am by Emma Altschwager
SPANISH fashion retailer Zara will open at Burnside Village on Thursday (November 24).
The two-storey, 2300sq m shop’s design is based on the fashion chain’s Fifth Ave outlet in New York.
It will have an internal glass lift and mezzanine overlooking the centre’s new mall.
The Zara outlet is the first to open in SA and is part of Burnside Village’s $100 million redevelopment which opened earlier this month.
It will be open on Thursday (November 24) and Friday (November 25) from 9am-9pm
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