Next stage in Stockland Green Hills retail assortment

An artist's impression of the new Green Hills entertainment precinct.

An artist's impression of the new Green Hills entertainment precinct.

Stockland Green Hills continues to bring more retail outlets on line with the announcement of more new stores to open in November.

Ally Fashion, Emma and Roe jewellery, Vietnamese street food Roll’d, teddy bear outlet Build-a-Bear and book seller Harry Hartog will be part of the assortment opening in a few weeks.

Stockland Development Manager Daniel Brabant said the November opening will be the biggest yet. "We will be opening a full line Target, food court and a new children’s play area,” he said. “In addition, more than 75 retailers will open their doors.”

“This stage we will also open our dedicated quiet room which will offer a safe, calm retreat for customers with Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as their parents and carers.

The $412 million redevelopment continues to evolve as an exciting regional retail destination. It is on target for a mid 2018 completion and will include a new look David Jones, 900-seat Hoyts cinema and 220 tenancies.

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