The City of Playford is seeking registrations of interest from retailers keen to open for business in the Prince George Plaza precinct.
^^ An artist's rendering of the retail area of Prince George Plaza.
In coming weeks, Intrepid Property will seek tenancy interest from prospective retailers, such as food and beverage businesses, for the site, which is the cornerstone of the City of Playford’s CBD of the North project.
Playford Mayor Glenn Docherty said the retail businesses will bring the precinct, based around the Playford Civic Centre, to life.
“As Playford’s Northern CBD progresses and the official opening of the Prince George Plaza draws near, we are now looking for dynamic food and beverage operators - especially from our region - interested in setting up along the northern end of the square,” Mr Docherty said.
“It’s a perfect opportunity for new or existing eateries to add vibrancy to one of the most exciting new developments in Adelaide’s north.”
The plaza will cover more than three hectares and link new and existing retail, commercial, hospitality and entertainment facilities.
Prince George Plaza is currently under construction and will become the heart and soul of Playford City CBD, offering unique activities, events and cultural experiences complemented by restaurants, cafes and bars.
Mr Docherty said the plaza pays homage to the city's history with the restoration and installation of the Windsor Green fountain, more than 50 years after its unveiling by Queen Elizabeth II.
Featuring enhanced digital connectivity, such as free Wi-Fi, the plaza will truly be a unique community meeting place in Adelaide’s north. More reading: Construction beginsMedical centre to be builtFamed fountain returns