Situated on the corner of Barwon Heads and Burvilles Road the retail centre will provide convenience based shopping for the local and greater Geelong area. In addition to Woolworths and Aldi, the shopping centre will also provide a wide range of commercial opportunities for suitably qualified retailers and successful business operators.
The centre will be supported by high density residential and a proposed retirement lifestyle community.
The centre also has the added advantage of being a 10 minute drive from the affluent coastal township of Barwon Heads and the rapidly expanding Torquay corridor.
Armstrong Creek will provide a wide age profile and is expected to attract higher income residents.
Total retail spending in the Armstrong Creek trade area was estimated at $654 million in 2014*. This figure is expected to rise significantly to over $1.32 billion by 2026*, and around $1.75 billion in 2031*. The projected increase in retail expenditure is driven by strong population growth in the trade area, over a sustained period.
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Minutes to Barwon Heads
The centre will have strong environmental credentials and a quality of finish superior to traditional retail centres. This will include the use of timber and stone elements. An attractive main-street style precinct will be created which will benefit from an open, northerly aspect with a piazza which will promote the area as a casual dining and community meeting place.
Armstrong Creek has been designed to encourage good pedestrian and public transport links to the centre.
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Construction of The Village Warralily is well underway and the walls of the centre were in place prior to Christmas for all to see. Local infrastructure is due to be completed by mid 2017 and the next few months will see The Village really taking shape. The anticipated opening is set for Spring 2017 and with 3 major national retailer tenancies already confirmed, there’s an opportunity to be a part of this vibrant retail hub.
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Armstrong Creek Education Precinct is also under construction and on track to open its doors in time for Term 1 in 2018. The school principle has been appointed and enrolments are already underway with places filling up fast