Gungahlin Village is a large neighborhood sized shopping centre conveniently located in the heart of Gungahlin on the corner of Hibberson Street and Gungahlin Place. Offering the largest Coles Supermarket in Canberra supported by First Choice Liquor, Kmart Tyre and Auto, Best & Less, The Reject Shop and over 30 specialty retailers with a strong national representation.
Shop 36 is 159 sqm and is located on the exterior of the centre on the corner of Gungahlin Place and Efkarpidis Street, directly opposite the largest office buliding in Gungahlin that houses the ACT Goverment. The tenancy features a 25 m metre frontage, is individually air conditioned, has its own toilet, automatic sliding entry doors and is currently finished with a grid tile ceiling and recessed lighting.
Key centre features include:
- 6500sqm full line Coles Supermarket + Liquorland (largest in the ACT) - Multi level design with basement parking, retail mall level and first floor office space - Over 635 free 2 hour car parks located in the undercover car park - Convenient access via travellator and lift - Climate controlled shopping centre - Male, female, disabled and parents amenities - 2,500m2 of first floor commercial space with direct access to the centre - Gross lettable area of 15,588m2
The area of Gungahlin is the most rapidly expanding area of Canberra & home to circa 60,000 people. The Gungahlin Town Centre is Canberra's most northern group centre which is currently serviced by Coles, Aldi, Woolworths, Big W and Kmart (currently under development). These anchor tenants are complimented by a large number of specialty retailers, restaurants, medical & service users. Other notable nearby and standalone tenants include, Bunnings Warehouse, Home Hardware, Best Friends Pet Store, Beacon Lighting, Godfreys, Sportsman's Warehouse, McDonald's, KFC, Shell Service Station, Woolworth Petrol Plus, Hungry Jacks, Good Year, Super Cheap, IPN Medical Centre & Waves Carwash.
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