Broadway on the mall is set for a massive redevelopment which will see a complete restoration of the tired Queen Street shopping address.
After several months of major retail closures in Broadway on the Mall including anchor tenant Harvey Norman, ISPT have finally unveiled plans for the redevelopment.
Designed by John Wardle Architects, the transformation features a four-level high atrium, inspired by traditional European arcades.
ISPT development services general manager Chris McCluskey said the group’s latest project would introduce a new architectural style to the city.
“The new design will add significantly to the character of the Queen Street Mall by opening the building to the public realm and activating the first and second levels,” he said.
The proposal also includes space for a two-level flagship store, surrounding speciality retailers and an open plaza.
ISPT has lodged a development application for the project with construction estimated to commence from August 31st.
ISPT are asking for ideas of what retail people would like to see. Ideas can be posted on the website (http://170queen.com.au/)