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$377 million redevelopment of Stockland Green Hills

Stockland Green Hills Mitchell Drive western entry
Stockland has confirmed that it will undertake a $377 million redevelopment and expansion of its Green Hills Shopping Centre at East Maitland that will more than double the size of the centre from just under 33,000 sqm of Gross Lettable Area (GLA) to around 70,000 sqm of GLA when the redevelopment is complete in mid-2018.
As an integral part of the redevelopment, Stockland has secured an agreement for lease with David Jones, which will open a new, single level, 6,225 sqm department store at Stockland Green Hills in 2018.
In addition to introducing David Jones to the Lower Hunter Valley, the expanded centre will include Big W and an exciting, new format Target with its latest products and customer service innovations.
Stockland will also develop the biggest and best new Dan Murphy’s store in the trade area.
In another first for Green Hills, Stockland will introduce a new concept JB Hi-Fi Home store and South African retail group Pepkor’s Harris Scarfe department store, which will carry a wide range of homewares, manchester, men’s and women’s clothing. Stockland Green Hills is already home to Coles and one of the bestperforming, full-line Woolworths supermarkets in Australia. Stockland will introduce 141 additional speciality stores, bringing the total number of specialties to more than 225 stores. The centre’s existing ‘mini-majors’ will be retained and improved, including Best & Less, Reject Shop, Blooms the Chemist and Hot Dollar.