Lansdowne Centre has long flourished as a regional destination and economic engine; business operators, employees and shoppers can be assured that the mall will be here for years to come. Over time, Lansdowne’s retail activity will migrate to an exciting commercial node along No. 3 Road, from Alderbridge Way to Lansdowne Road, with restaurants, services, entertainment, programmed events, public art, civic and cultural spaces adding energy and employment.
A vibrant economic precinct, with more than 750,000 square feet of retail, commercial and office space, it will offer employment to new residents and put feet on the street, animating the larger neighbourhood and supporting businesses farther afield. Along No. 3 Road, small-scale retail will wrap around popular large-format stores, satisfying demand in a dynamic and pedestrian-friendly streetscape. A high street along Hazelbridge Way will feature neighbourhood-serving retail, as well as restaurants and cafes complementing Eat Street on Alexandra Road.