COVID-19 has changed the way Australians live and work and the impact can be seen across suburban based shopping centres.
General manager of JMK Retail, Vicki Leavy, believes the disruption COVID-19 has caused to retailing has highlighted just how resilient and essential the suburban village hub is to the local community.
dmapartnersSuburban retail centres thriving as consumers opt to shop local
In this period of relative retail uncertainty, we wish all retailers and small businesses the very best with respect to evolving their offers and enduring challenging circumstances. We continue to provide market-leading support to all Yamanto Central Shopping Centre retailers and tenants.
Yamanto Central is due to establish trade in the first half of 2021, and at this point in time, continues to progress through each stage of construction without substantial delays as a result of COVID-19.
Construction works are well underway on the highly anticipated Yamanto Central Shopping Centre, stage one of the 25 hectare Yamanto Town Centre masterplan. Conveniently located at the intersection of the Ipswich Boonah Road, the Centenary Highway and the Cunningham Highway, will provide a new and exciting central destination to the city’s southern gateway.
Highly anticipated next-generation subregional shopping centre, Yamanto Central officially commenced construction today, announcing stage one of the 25 hectare Yamanto Town Centre will begin servicing residents in early 2021.
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Queensland-based shopping centre owner and manager JMK Retail and development management group DMA Partners have announced the appointment of Mainbrace Constructions to build the 20,000sqm Yamanto Central shopping centre, construction commencing in Spring 2019.
dmapartnersYamanto Central construction partner announced
1. Rackley was first established 21 years ago, how has the business evolved over the years? Rackley Swimming has truly revolutionized over the years. We started with one humble swim school on the gold coast, and 21 years later we have grown to 23 swim sites located across South East Queensland; from Kawana on the Sunshine Coast, throughout Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich and across the Gold Coast.
brandterritoryFive Minutes With: Cameron Speechley, Rackley Swimming general manager
1. Harvest Markets has a rich history. Can you tell us when it was established?
The first shop opened in Mount Gravatt in 1974. The business then moved to the Booval site, which was purchased in 1981 and was the first fruit shop in Ipswich.
brandterritoryFive Minutes With: Rob Sayle, owner of Harvest Markets
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