The New Pacific Fair Construction 2014

Photo of the Pacific fair Old Buildings Bulldozed and near ready for reconstruction.
Photo of the Pacific fair Old Buildings Bulldozed and near ready for reconstruction.
Work commenced in January 2014 on redeveloping and re-branding Pacific Fair. The development, costing $670 million, will allow for 120 new specialty stores including a new
David Jones store that will span two levels and cover 14,500 m2 (156,000 sq ft), an enlarged and relocated Target, a relocated Coles and new Woolworths as well as a brand new Big W 

Construction Pacific fair well on its way with Cranes and Scaffolding in Place

Construction Pacific fair well on its way with Cranes and Scaffolding in Place
The expansion will include an outdoor leisure and entertainment precinct and increase the number of specialty stores to more than 400. In November 2014, the first stage of the redevelopment was completed with the re-opening of the north-east mall, with a new and enlarged Target, and a new JB Hi Fi store. 



Pacific Fair Cranes and Scaffolding

Pacific Fair Cranes and Scaffolding 2014
A section of the new south-west mall opened in June 2015, introducing an enlarged Coles Supermarket and a number of specialty stores. More of the new south-west mall opened in August 2015, bringing in a new Woolworths Supermarket, new Big W, Fresh Food Market and more than 40 specialty stores. In November 2015, Event Cinemas reopened with three Gold Class cinemas and one VMax theatre and in late November, Pacific Fair opened The Patio, a casual dining precinct. In May 2016 the 'Resort Area' opened along with an extended mall section bringing in a range a two-level David Jones and a number of international brands such as H&M and Uniqlo.
Video shows below is opening day of some of the new stores




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