When you walk through the doors you’ll experience the vibrant activity and atmosphere of a truly local village in the heart of the city. Smell freshly roasted coffee, engage with Sydney’s best fresh food providores in an amazing social space.
Under this one roof, you’ll find grocers, artisan baker, gourmet delicatessen, fresh seafood, pasta, supermarket and freshly cut flowers in a distinctive, contemporary building. We’re combining the best elements of a marketplace with the design sophistication of a modern retail centre.
We invite retailers who are prepared to fully engage with their customers and join us in creating this unique environment. If you’re committed to your product excellence and want to serve customers in this brand new precinct who are longing for a place to connect.
heart of the community
An architecturally inspired new centre with an extraordinary interior design will attract the highly affluent 28-35 year olds of Zetland, Surry Hills, Waterloo, Alexandria, Redfern and Randwick who are seeking exciting food and entertainment options.
With a full-line Coles anchor tenancy, and plenty of parking, the centre promises exciting potential for retailers in the heart of major new residential development, with great exposure on South Dowling Street.
If you open a shop at East Village, you’ll have a customer base of up to 17,500 people who currently live within walking distance of
the centre, and the population within 1km is expected to grow to over 25,000 people in the next 5-10 years.
These shoppers have an average per capita income of more than $100,000, 43.4% higher than the Sydney metropolitan average….shoppers who have reasons to visit the centre daily, because of the amazing fresh food marketplace, the gymnasium and eat street.
Shoppers in the main trade area had retail expenditure of more than $1.36 billion* last year and this is expected to increase to $2.67 billion by 2026.
These key features will draw people into the centre each day – people you can turn into lifelong customers
The main trade area residential population could grow from 102,110 to 139,500 residents by 2026. The worker population in 2006 was 39,739 and it is predicted to grow to around 47,000 by 2031.*
Retail expenditure by the main trade area population is currently estimated at $1.36 billion, and is projected to nearly double by 2026 to $2.67 billion.*
where your potential
repeat customers live
600 retailcar spaces
with travelator access
to the centre
Three majorbus lines
stopping 150 metres from
the front door
Green Square Train Station
just a 10-minute walk
The number of residents living within 1km of East Village will jump from 17,500 today to 25,000 within 5-10 years.*
*Source: Location IQ, East Village at Victoria Park Trade Area Analysis, July 2012