State seeks museum proposals

05/07/2019 - 12:38
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The state government is calling for food, beverage and retail businesses to submit proposals to operate three commercial spaces in the new museum.

David Templeman says the new museum offers a unique opportunity for creative food and beverage businesses.

The state government is calling for food, beverage and retail businesses to submit proposals to operate three commercial spaces in the new museum.

The government said the commercial opportunities were ideal for a cafe in the heritage-listed Beaufort building, with internal and alfresco seating, and a food and beverage offering with after-hours access in the heritage-listed Jubilee building.

It also said there was a street-front space available.

The museum is also seeking a caterer to manage in-house functions and events, predominantly in the heritage-listed Hackett Hall building.

The expressions of interest were released today by McGees Property and are open for three weeks.

A non-mandatory briefing will be held for interested companies.

Construction of the new museum building is due for completion in late 2019 and exhibition fitout throughout next year.

The new museum is on schedule to open in late 2020.

Culture and Arts Minister David Templeman said the new museum offered a unique opportunity for creative food and beverage businesses.

"The mix of heritage and contemporary architecture provides a stunning backdrop for Perth's newest commercial offerings,” he said.

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