28 March 2017

Clemton Park Shopping Village complements new community

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With the doorstep convenience of a Coles supermarket, a vibrant mix of local shops and a range of convenient services, Clemton Park Shopping Village is a much-awaited addition to the community.

Clemton Park Village – Sydney – 28 March 2017 – Clemton Park Shopping Village opened on Wednesday, 22 March, and the local community joined the party.

With the doorstep convenience of a Coles supermarket, a vibrant mix of local shops and a range of convenient services, Clemton Park Shopping Village is a much-awaited addition to the community.  

On hand for the launch of Clemton Park Shopping Village were City of Canterbury Bankstown representative Andy Sammut, Executive General Manager – Retail at Frasers Property Australia Peri Macdonald, and Gadigal Elder, Uncle Chikka Madden, who delivered the Welcome to Country.

There was a free morning tea, ribbon cutting ceremony and live entertainment at Wednesday’s official opening. New retailers, Leaf Café and Co and Michel’s Patisserie, generously catered for the event.

The launch kicked off a series of community events, including evening jazz sessions, magicians and live cooking demonstrations from My Kitchen Rules favourites Chris and Cookie. The festivities culminated in an exciting family fun day on Saturday 25 March.

An obstacle course, clown, face painter, temporary tattooists, jumping castle and basketball shootout on Saturday’s family fun day ensured good times for all. Nova 96.9 broadcasted live from the event.

Joining Coles at Clemton Park Shopping Village is modern Turkish cuisine concept Anatolia, Hombre Mexican and Flamin Chook Co, as well as a Thai restaurant, Japanese restaurant and burger joint. A Natural Fresh Grocer and hairdresser are among the mix, while a physiotherapist, dentist and medical centre incorporated with Priceline Pharmacy will be especially convenient for locals.

Frasers Property’s Peri Macdonald says Clemton Park Shopping Village has been designed to respond to the local community’s needs now, and into the future.

“Clemton Park Shopping Village has been designed to celebrate what is unique about the local area by providing a place where local people can connect with their friends, neighbours and the retailers themselves,” Mr Macdonald says.

“That’s why the retail mix combines the convenience of Coles, health services and a wide selection of places to eat, with many of the businesses run by people from the local community.  

“Clemton Park Shopping Village is not just a place to shop. It will be used for a variety of community purposes to become a natural focal point for local people.”

Coles Clemton Park Store Manager, Paul Towells, says his team was excited to unveil its new store to local shoppers.

“The new market-style Coles will be a hub for fresh food in the local area with an extensive range of fruit and vegetables, an open meat counter with qualified butchers and a continental delicatessen that offers a variety of local and international cheese,” he says.

Principal Dentist at Clemton Park Dental, Dr Wendy Cui, is looking forward to becoming part of the local community to provide general and specialised dentistry services including orthodontics and implant dentistry.

“Clemton Park is in a high growth area and therefore a welcome addition to the local area. With a great mix of retailers including a Coles supermarket, the shopping centre will provide a valuable service to local people and fill an important gap between the retail amenities of Kingsgrove and Campsie. We look forward to a long future in the community,” Dr Cui says.

Clemton Park Shopping Village is integrated with the Clemton Park Village masterplanned community, a joint development between Frasers Property and LaSalle Investment Management. Only three apartments remain available for sale in the community. 

Clemton Park Shopping Village is owned and managed by SCA Property Group. It has a gross lettable area of approximately 6,750 sqm and houses a diverse mix of 21 retailers, with over 270 basement car parks and three ATMs.