Cranbourne Park Reveals New Look


Federation Centres has unveiled the final stage of a $110 million redevelopment of Cranbourne Park Shopping Centre.

The final phase includes JB HiFi Home, Harris Scarfe, Typo and Smiggle, a new restaurant precinct and a state of the art children's play area.

Designed by architecture firm I2C, the restaurant precinct delivers outdoor decked dining and connection with the street, and the office development has created employment and education opportunities.

Photo by Archishot.[/caption]Executive General Manager Development, Jonathan Timms said: "We have created a market leading contemporary centre offering for the Cranbourne community with a leading range of fashion and other retailers combined with exciting dining choices, all within an exceptionally family-friendly environment. The local community has overwhelmingly welcomed the new centre resulting in a marked increase in customer visits." Photo by Archishot.[/caption]i2C’s Managing Director, Brian Jende describes the need to create a vibrant contemporary shopping centre that brought the community together.

“i2C have embraced the long-standing design elements that the community loved and developed these ideas to create a dynamic and accessible place that the Cranbourne community can feel they really ‘own’. It’s wonderful to see the final piece of the puzzle come together,” said Mr Jende.

Photo by Archishot.[/caption]City of Casey Mayor Cr Mick Morland advises that Council worked collaboratively with Federation Centres and i2C to achieve a fantastic outcome for the local community.

“This is a great boost for Cranbourne and shows the value to be gained when Council and private developers work together,” said Mayor Morland.

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