- Big ticket store H&M expected to cash in on Stockland Green Hills redevelopment
- Maitland residents keen to shop until they drop at Stockland Green Hills
- New shops ready to open in stage one of Stockland Green Hills next month
Motorists on Molly Morgan Drive have been met with a new set of traffic lights. The intersection allows motorists to turn in and out of Stockland Green Hills and is part of the shopping centre’s upgrades.
The first stage of the $412 million Stockland Green Hills redevelopment is due to open on Thursday April 27.
The opening will include four new stores Cruise Travel, L’Amore Nails, a second Blooms chemist and Toto Sushi.
The first stage opening will also see the return of a number of favourites including Myhouse, The Reject Shop, Traditional Medicine, Mister Minit, Newcastle Permanent and a full service Westpac Bank branch.
Best & Less, Eyecare Plus, Just Cuts and NIB will also be relocated into the new northern mall along with the CR8 Children’s Play Area.
Fairfax Media reported earlier this year that Hoyts will open a seven screen cinema in the complex. The cinema will be located in the new entertainment complex which will open mid-2018. Department store H&M is also tipped to be moving in.
On completion, the centre will more than double in size to around 74,000 square metres and will feature the first new format David Jones department store in the Hunter and around 25 tenancies in a dining and entertainment precinct.
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