Ed.Square Town Centre, Edmondson Park, NSW - A Retail & Town Centres project for Probuild + Frasers Property Australia by Hames Sharley
Ed.Square Town Centre, Edmondson Park, NSW - A Retail & Town Centres project for Probuild + Frasers Property Australia by Hames Sharley
Ed.Square Town Centre, Edmondson Park, NSW - A Retail & Town Centres project for Probuild + Frasers Property Australia by Hames Sharley
Ed.Square Town Centre, Edmondson Park, NSW - A Retail & Town Centres project for Probuild + Frasers Property Australia by Hames Sharley
Client:
Probuild + Frasers Property Australia
Location:
Edmondson Park, NSW
Features:
+Transit-oriented mixed-use development
+Complex coordination of multiple uses – retail, residential, childcare, commercial, entertainment and allied health
+Split development with double-level basement connection below ground

South west Sydney’s newest dining and entertainment destination.

Situated in the growth corridor in Sydney’s south west, the Ed.Square Town Centre development is a highly anticipated shopping, dining and entertainment precinct which is in the final stages of Stage 1 completion. Located in Edmondson Park, in close proximity to the Edmondson Park Train Station, the new development is destined to become a vibrant retail hub for local Edmondson Park communities and residents across the City of Liverpool.

Already predominantly opened, the complex features essential retail outlets, Coles and Liquorland, as well as a fresh food offer, a new Event Cinemas complex, and a city-style alfresco restaurant and dining precinct, Eat Street. Eat Street boasts more than 20 different cuisines from around the globe, creating a buzzing, family-friendly meeting spot for locals to enjoy. The final stage, due for completion in the second half of 2021, will see the addition of a playground and even more retailers to enhance the shopping experience.

Engaged by Probuild to lead the architectural and Interior design development and delivery of the Mixed-use podium and basement parking, Hames Sharley was tasked with working through a series of value management objectives whilst still maintaining the overall design intent of the Client’s vision.

A key aspect of the value management was to work through the detailing and buildability of the façade design to come up with ways to help the client and contractor try to achieve efficiencies including but not limited to those related to program, budget, maintenance and operation.