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Port Adelaide Plaza

The re-development of the Port Canal Shopping Centre has commenced, a $45 million construction project that will create almost 300 jobs and add significant economic prosperity to the iconic suburb of Port Adelaide. The Centre, which will be rebranded as Port Adelaide Plaza will expand from 19,000 square metres to over 29,394 square metres with an end value of $133 million - making it the most significant retail development of its kind in the local area in 40 years. The Centre (owned and managed by The Precision Group of Companies) will be rebuilt and extended to include 50+ specialty retailers, cafes, commercial premises, restaurants and Paisley Park Early Learning Centre. The dining presinct includes Yiros Central, Shanghai TeaHouse, Boneshaker, Billy Ming, Funk Cafe and more.

Stage 2 expected to open mid-2020.

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Design

The architecture of the Port Adelaide Plaza represents a contemporary interpretation of Port Adelaide, juxtaposed with the amenity and experience required of the modern sub regional shopping centre. Timelessness is crucial to the design, with precise detailing of natural robust materials that invoke a sense of place, identity and pride. This retail experience is specific to this site, and can only occur at Port Adelaide Plaza. The design of Port Adelaide Plaza utilizes bold forms, lines and materials to provide unique shopping experiences throughout the site, an inconsistent consistency of sorts.

With over 50 retailers, the provision of memorable experience is crucial to the ongoing success of the centre. Each retailing experience is unique at Port Adelaide Plaza. Port Adelaide Plaza has been designed for the entire community – the shopper, the retailer and also for those simply looking to experience the community. Places have been intertwined into the design to gather, to sit, to watch and to participate. Port Adelaide Plaza is for everyone.

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Port Adelaide Future/ Proposed Developments

Proposed residential developments in the Port Adelaide area will ensure continued growth and revitalisation over the coming years. Part of the Government’s grand plan is to commission 1300 homes as well as shops, café’s, hotels and a public promenade, across 21ha on the surrounds of the Port River. It will represent $280 million worth of private investment, as well as 350 construction jobs and 2,000 ongoing jobs in Port Adelaide

Part of the development plans include:

  • Starfish Developments; a $168 million residential project of Port Adelaide’s Dock 1 Development, which will feature 750 homes with townhouses and apartments.
  • Cedar Woods Developments; 500 homes at North West and Fletcher’s Slip.
  • York Civil plans to transform Cruickshank’s Corner into a tourism destination.
  • Two major projects due to commence at the Osborne shipyard; $35 billion future frigates build and the $50 billion Future Submarines project generating 3,000 new jobs on site by 2021.

Port Dock Railway Line project; $16.4 million allocated by the State Government for train services linking the Port’s commercial centre and residential precinct to the Adelaide CBD.

NEW RETAIL OPPORTUNITIES

Supported by some of the area's finest food and drink operators, the new state of the art café and dining precinct will be the 'go-to' destination for shoppers and local residents in one convenient hub

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FAQs

  1. What will the revitalised Port Adelaide Plaza offer customers?
  2. Will there be paid parking?
  3. When is the project expected to be completed?
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  5. What will the new Centre look like?
  6. What retailers and brand will open at the new Port Adelaide?