Welcome to the Casey Market Town, Canberra's newest shopping centre. Casey Market Town is like no other shopping centre located within the region being designed around a "market theme" utilising natural finishes and elements to provide a unique shopping environment. Built to the highest of standards, the centre is anchored by a 3700 sqm Supabarn supermarket, a 1400 sqm Aldi supermarket and is supported by 26 specialty shops.
Casey Market Town offers residents and visitors to the area a convenient and comfortable shopping experience by providing a diverse mix of quality retailer's, food offerings and service users. The easily accessible single level centre offers external shops facing Kingsland Parade & internal shops within the climate controlled mall area. Notable centre features include:
- Urban chic design
- Polished concrete floors
- Natural timber and exposed metal finishes
- Provisions for food users
- Reverse cycle air-conditioning
- Common male, female and disabled amenities including parent's room
- Provisions for both internal and external seating/alfresco areas
- Approximately 450 free short term and extended stay car spaces
- Great signage opportunities
Expressions of interest are currently being sought for the last remaining shop of 110sqm. Preferred users include: Beauty Salons, Medical, Laser/Skin Care Clinics, Banks, News Agency, Health Food/Supplements, Optometrist, Food operators (Mexican, Greek, Thai, Japanese and Indian), Jeweller, Travel Agencies, Florists, Real Estate Agencies, Fashion Retailers, Uniform Shops, etc.
The suburb of Casey is one of the newest suburb in the rapidly expanding area of Gungahlin which is situated in North Canberra and home to over 50,000 people. Casey Market Town is strategically located at the gateway of Casey, just off Clarrie Hermes Drive which acts as a main link from the Barton Highway and as an arterial road for the residents of Casey, Nicholls and Ngunnawal.
The main trade area served by the Casey Market Town is defined to comprise of Casey, Nicholls and Ngunnawal with other nearby suburbs such as Palmerston, Amaroo and Hall acting as secondary trade areas. The main trade area population is currently estimated at circa 20,000 + people and is projected to increase strongly. The established secondary trade area population is currently estimated at 12,000 + people and increasing. (DFP Planning Consultants - Casey Marketplace Demographic Analysis & ABS 2011 Census).
For Further information contact Lachlan Fitzpatrick 0411 374 432