Leasing agents for the former Rutherford IGA Supermarket Starr Partners, said renovation work on the building should begin soon.
Andrew Cant from Starr Partners said there has been strong interest in the premises which has been divided into several individual retail suites.
He said once the current owners have secured a better understanding of layout sizes, work should start.
"We have a substantial part of the former IGA space pre-committed (400m2), another 380m2 under offer and an additional 400m2 under consideration," Mr Cant said.
"I would say there has been very good interest particularly given tough conditions the retail the sector is experiencing.
"The owners are committed to the refurbishment of the centre, but until they have a better understanding of the layout sizes and requirements of the various users, it is not practical to commence.
"We should, however, see some works start in the next few months," Mr Cant said.
The building's Sydney-based owners who have owned the premises for 11 years, will carry out the refurbishment which will include a fresh exterior and interior and rebranding. More than $1million is tipped to be spent on the building's facelift.
The complex also has a newsagent, hairdresser and gym.
Ritchies Supa IGA, formerly Bullens, closed its doors in January - NSW manager David Scally citing the over saturation of other supermarkets in the precinct.