$13.7 Million Waterfront Dining & Fresh Food Precincts – Runaway Bay Shopping Centre, Gold Coast

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Vicinity Centres has announced that construction will begin in February 2021 on the $13.7 million redevelopment at the Runaway Bay shopping centre on the Gold Coast.

Two projects are set to kick off to rejuvenate the existing centre and provide customers with new retail and experiences, as well as future employment in retail. Construction will be kept to mostly after business hours to reduce customer inconvenience or nuisance.

Projects
– Fresh Food Precinct (Stage 1)
– Casual Dining Precinct (Stage 2)
– Solar Energy System (Underway)



Fresh Food Precinct
The new precinct will provide choice to customers seeking fresh produce and speciality ingredients with a number of retail tenancies to open alongside Aldi, Coles and Woolworths.

The design theme has been inspired by the relaxed coastal experience found in Queensland and will include a collection of building elements introduced into the space. New lighting, tile flooring, comfortable lounge furniture, and oversized planters will be introduced to support the precinct.

Casual Dining Precinct
Following the completion of the new Fresh Food Precinct, a new casual dining precinct providing water views will be constructed. Seven (7) casual dining operators will be included with the completion of the precinct ready for Spring 2021. The new-look precinct will provide alfresco seating options for customers to experience the outdoor scenery at this unique location.

Solar Energy System
Supported by the new 1.3MW rooftop solar energy system made up of 2,908 solar panels currently being installed underway and will be switched on by April, helping power the centre with clean energy.

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Source: Information, Drawings and Images
All article information is sourced and available for review from referenced locations.
– Media Release: Vicinity Centre
– Interactive Image: Google Streetview and Aerial

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