Prime positioning in the heart of Rundle Mall, directly parallel to the iconic Malls Balls sculpture, a major tourist destination and meeting place.
Adelaide Central Plaza acts as the centroid of arterial traffic flow between the three central Rundle Mall carparks, which provide in excess of 1800 secure parking bays. The centre adjoins Wilson Carpark, which provides direct access points into David Jones lower ground, first, second and third floors.
The centre is split over three key levels, lower ground, ground and level one, with David Jones occupying an additional two levels accessible only via David Jones. Centre total GLA is 27,891 sqm, comprising 40 specialties, and over 430 seats in the lower ground food court.
The North Terrace Adelaide Train Station is only 400 metre walk to the centre, with a total of 6 main lines, servicing thousands of passengers daily.
The $80m North Terrace tram extension will deliver 1000’s of commuters to three new tram stops which are easily accessible from the centre.
North Terrace is home to seven bus stops, including a Free City Connector loop bus, weekly transporting 1000’s of commuters to the precinct.
Dual centre main entry points from Rundle Mall and the North Terrace precinct allow the centre to act as a transit corridor, with the following key attractions positioned parallel to the centre on North Terrace;
Rundle Mall, the State's premier shopping precinct, and one of the busiest malls in Australia, attracting more than 400,000 visitors and locals each week.
Rundle Mall is home to more than 1,000 retailers, with the likes of Apple, David Jones, Swarovski, Ted Baker, Tiffany & Co, lululemon, Pandora, Levi Jeans, Peter Alexander and Kathmandu, and others whose services employ over 5,000 people.
More than 85 percent of tourists spend time discovering the Rundle Mall, which plays host to 24 million annual guests. (rundlemall.com.au)
The city landscape is undergoing remarkable renaissance with billions of dollars committed to transforming the facilities and infrastructure, with new bold plans to increase tourism and CBD residential capacity. Current/recently completed major infrastructure works in the CBD include; O-Bahn guided busway transport extension into the CBD, North Terrace tram extension, Royal Adelaide Hospital, which in conjunction with other works represent in excess of $3.4 billion of investment.
The city is currently undergoing an apartment boom, with 2400 apartments under construction across 12 projects in the centre of Adelaide with a further 24 projects approved for construction representing another 2000 apartments.
The Adelaide central business district’s population is tipped to more than double in comparison to 2001 figures (invest Adelaide)
Current/recently complete major projects include; West Franklin project on Franklin St, 30-storey Kodo project on Frome Street, which will be the tallest residential building in Adelaide and Bohem development on Whitmore Square, which combined with other residential projects represent investment in excess of $900 million.
Boasting a population of 1.67m people, South Australia’s residential area is very heavily clustered around the CBD radius, with over 75% residents residing within a twenty five minute drive to the city centre, South Australia is the most highly centralised of any state in Australia.
2015-2016 major tax reform package will see almost $670 million in state tax reductions over the next four years and the phasing out of payroll tax, making South Australia the lowest taxing state in Australia for business. Labour costs in South Australia are eleven per cent below the Australian average making our state a great place to expand your workforce.
Renowned as the Festival State, South Australia hosts a number of significant events including the Santos Tour Down Under, WOMADelaide, Clipsal 500, the Adelaide Festival and the Adelaide Fringe. Year ending September 2016, South Australia played host to 6,680,000 overnight visits.
Adelaide domestic and international airport is only six kilometres from the CBD, the airport is a key economic gateway to South Australia. With a growing Chinese Travel boom, in December 2016 China Southern Airlines, introduced a three-weekly service between Adelaide and Guangzhou, whilst Qatar Airways launched daily flights between Adelaide and its Doha hub.
South Australia is Australia’s premium food and wine destination, accounting for almost 80 per cent of Australian premium wine production and is the stage for many international festivals and sporting events.
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