Client:
AMP Capital Investors
Location:
Booragoon, Western Australia
Features:
185 specialty stores, eight-screen cinema complex, five large departmental stores, five mini major stores, Myer, David Jones, Woolworths, Coles and K-Mart
Awards:
Property Council of WA Rider Hunt Award Winner - 2002
Australian Property Institute Finalist property Excellence - 2001
Master Builders Association (MBA) Certificate of Commendation Division 2 - 1999
Concrete Masonry Association of Australia. Award for Excellence in Concrete Masonry - 1994
Building Owners & Managers Association (BOMA)WA 1987 Certificate of Merit for Category B - Retail Premises - 1986

The underlying design principle for the redevelopment of Garden City was to embrace the concepts of an integrated city centre with all the life and diversity of a dynamic city. A rectilinear grid plan was used to incorporate ‘streets’ and malls with a central mall that links to a series of separate retail and ELP precincts. The successful redevelopment of Garden City from a major suburban centre into a prime regional centre was recognised by the Property Council of Australia with the project being awarded the prestigious Rider Hunt Award in 2002.