Revamp: Hoyts Wetherill Park assistant director Darren Phillips is thrilled about the redevelopment of the site. The makeover is part of Stockland Wetherill Park’s $222 million refurbishment project. Picture: Simon BennettHOYTS Wetherill Park is a step closer to completing its transformation.
The facility has a new entry in the foyer, a new escalator, lift and staircase, as well as new LED TVs displaying session times in the hallway.
The makeover is part of Stockland Wetherill Park’s $222 million refurbishment project.
The proposed 5000-square-metre expansion of the shopping centre will complement the approved application for an additional 12,000 square metres of retail space.
Hoyts Wetherill Park assistant director Darren Phillips said he was excited about how much work has been done at the site so far.
“Everyone is so excited and the feedback we’re receiving about the new look is great,” he said.
“Construction of our new candy bar is currently under way and expected to be complete by November.”
He said the dining area is also being revamped to include an Eagle Boys pizzeria and will be launched at the same time as the candy bar.
“It will also include a birthday section,” he said.
“Once all that is open, we will start the construction of our games arcade, as well as upgrading our 12 screens.”
Mr Phillips said though Hoyts has remained open for businesses throughout the refurbishment, access to the cinemas was still through the shopping centre.
“There will be limited parking but the T-way is still available for transport and there is also a free shuttle bus from Club Marconi,” he said.
The redevelopment will take place over several stages and will include the upgrading of the shopping centre.
It will increase the number of the centre’s specialty retailers to about 200 stores and will contain a refurbished Woolworths, a new Coles, Big W and Target and an 800-seat indoor-outdoor food court.
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