Brookfield Place at dusk
Brookfield Place at dusk. Image Supplied.
  • Anchor tenants NAB, Allianz and Brookfield itself have already been announced
  • Sydney Barbers, T2, Gojima and Priceline join the $2B precinct
  • Retail trading will commence from July this year

With the $2 billion Brookfield Place project in Sydney nearing completion, several new specialty retailers have signed up for space.

Anchor tenants NAB, Allianz and Brookfield itself have already been announced as joining the building later this year. The first retailers, on the upper and lower concourse level from George Street into Wynyard station, will commence trading in July.

Wynyard, Brookfield Properties has announced several new specialty retailers on the dual-level concourse, joining athletic apparel brand lululemon and European food hall concept, Locali by Romeo’s.

Priceline will relocate a store from 309 George Street to the concourse, signing 365 square metres of retail space on an eight-year term.

Leading tea retailer T2 will open a 105 square metre store on the main station thoroughfare, committing to a five-year lease term. Other lease transactions on the concourse level include Sydney Barbers and florist Flower Train, set to open its fourth Australian store.

Elsewhere, a variety of diverse food offerings are on track to establish the development as the CBD’s latest dining destination.

The ‘sushi-burger’ restaurant Gojima will also open its doors on the lower ground level. Edition Coffee, Two Penny Coffee and Sushi Yuzen have also signed on.

Pappa Rich and Co
The designs for Pappa Rich & Co. Image Supplied.

In a first for Sydney, a new ‘concept store’ by ST Group has been designed to merge multiple brands into one store, including Papparich, NeNe Chicken, Hokkaido Cheese Tarts, Kurimu plus a bubble tea bar.

“We are thrilled to welcome these diverse retail offerings to the precinct and bring greater convenience to tenants and locals. There’s no doubt that Brookfield Place Sydney will quickly become a destination with such a broad mix of food and beverage on offer.”

Danny Poljak, Executive VP and Co-Head of Brookfield Properties

On completion Brookfield Place Sydney will be owned by interests associated with Brookfield, AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund and other investors managed by AMP Capital.

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