Coming soon to Ed.Square Town Centre: the latest blockbusters, family flicks, kids’ movies, indie classics and international films.
Frasers Property Australia has announced that Event Cinemas will join Coles as anchor tenant at Ed.Square from 2020.
Peri Macdonald, Frasers Property Australia executive general manager of retail says he is looking forward to rolling out the red carpet for Event Cinemas at Ed.Square in around 18 months’ time.
“Our vision for the Ed.Square Town Centre has always been to create a place for people not just to shop, but to spend time, socialise and enjoy experiences together,’’ he said.
“To attract a quality cinema operator is at the heart of this vision and we’re thrilled to have Event Cinemas on board,” Mr Macdonald says.
“Along with a vibrant dining offer and activated town square space, Event Cinemas brings another dimension to the Ed.Square experience and will be important to position the shopping precinct as a destination for all of Western Sydney, drawing people from the immediate catchment and beyond.’’
Luke Mackey, general manager of entertainment for Event Cinemas, said Event Cinemas at Ed.Square will be “one of the world’s best cinemas, setting a new global benchmark in comfort, design and entertainment experience’’.
“We look forward to revealing this ground breaking new site to the community.”
Frasers Property has secured leases over 30 percent of the available 25,000 square metres of retail space in stage one of Ed.Square Town Centre, with residents set to enjoy the convenience of a full-line Coles supermarket and a Liquorland store.
Other retail uses already committed include a gym, childcare centre, hair salon, nail bar, beauty shop, massage parlour, barber, newsagent, fishmonger, bar & grill, Chinese restaurant, Indian restaurant, several cafés, steak house, sushi restaurant, Thai restaurant, burger restaurant, medical centre, dentist, chemist and optometrist.
Stage one of Ed.Square Town Centre – including the new Event Cinemas and Coles – is expected to open in the second half of 2020 and comprise around 90 shops integrated with a landmark 68-metre high residential tower atop the town centre.