Located on the corner of Marconi Crescent and Drakeford Drive, and originally developed in 1976, Kambah Shopping Village will soon undergo a significant transformation with the proposed redevelopment of 2 Primmer Court.
Currently housing a strong-performing Woolworths, the developer will look to construct additional retail/office/professional tenancies to complement an enlarged supermarket offering. The Centre itself is conveniently situated on a prime corner site fronting Drakeford Drive, itself the main arterial road connecting the Canberra CBD to the Tuggeranong Valley. The new tenancies will provide outstanding signage/visibility potential onto one of the ACT’s busiest thoroughfares, able to be clearly seen from the main intersection to the North-West of the Centre.
The redevelopment will complement the ACT Government’s recent investment into surrounding infrastructure, with over $2M spent on the Northern entrance to the Village Shopping Centre. The upgrades include improvements to the existing playground, with new play equipment, including a basket swing, slides, a climbing frame and trampolines, as well as a new shade sail to provide coverage over high use play areas. Canberra’s first ever splash pad has also been installed, with fountains bubbling up from the ground, for kids to enjoy during the warmer months.
Belle Property Retail Canberra are proud to bring to market ground floor retail, and first floor professional/medical suites as follows:
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