10/07/2019 - 15:36

Dexus’ $200m redevelopment set for approval

10/07/2019 - 15:36

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Dexus’ $200 million Carillon City redevelopment is set for Development Assessment Panel approval tomorrow, which will make it the third major retail upgrade in Perth’s CBD in recent years.

Dexus’ $200m redevelopment set for approval
Dexus’ upgrade encompasses a 22-storey mixed-use development.

Dexus’s $200 million Carillon City redevelopment is set for development assessment panel approval tomorrow, which will make it the third major retail upgrade in Perth’s CBD in recent years.

The Dexus upgrade encompasses a 22-storey mixed-use development, which includes a 17-storey office and education building.

The proposed development will also include approximately 14,800 square metres of retail space covering four levels, and a nine-screen Hoyts cinema complex.

Artist's impression of the Carillon City redevelopment.


A new pedestrian bridge linking to the Forrest Chase Walk is also proposed adjacent to the eastern side of the site.

The upgrade had a $60 million budget when initial plans were submitted last year, but the City of Perth received another application on behalf of the developer to increase the scope of works in mid-April this year.

 In 2015, ISPT’s $100 million Forrest Chase redevelopment plans were given the green light, with completion of the project originally slated for late-2018. Work is ongoing, however.

In September last year, stage one of Charter Hall’s $250 million Raine Square development was launched, with Louis Vuitton and several other luxury brands set to occupy its fashion precinct expansion later this year.

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