Karrinyup’s first launch celebrations turned into a four-day fashion and beauty extravaganza as part of the centre’s first development launch, which included a number of eye-catching installations, free pop-up activities, fashion experiences and more.
AMP Capital announces opening date and first retailers for Karrinyup Shopping Centre’s new Fashion Loop
AMP Capital is pleased to announce the first section of the new-look Fashion Loop will open at Karrinyup Shopping Centre at 9am on Thursday 21 November, with major international retailers H&M and Swarovski joining alongside a new expanded location for premium Australian beauty retailer MECCA.
AMP Capital and Karrinyup presented the Best Casual Dining at this year’s WA Good Food Guide Awards, held on October 14 at Crown Towers.
In our October Thought Leadership article, Scott Nugent (Divisional Development Manager WA) explores the evolution of the traditional retail asset class into one that offers mixed uses, opening the way for increased amenity including retail, entertainment and most recently at our Karrinyup development, the addition of apartment living right on site.
This month, the AMP Capital Industry Commentary Series returns with some of Perth’s most prominent food identities and special international guest Joe Warwick.
AMP Capital appoints development partner for high-end east residential apartments at Karrinyup Shopping Centre
AMP Capital has selected leading multi-residential developer Blackburne to develop 94 high-end residential apartments on the east side of Karrinyup Shopping Centre.
AMP Capital has announced internationally-renowned fashion retailer H&M, Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M), will open as part of the new-look Karrinyup Shopping Centre.
Now eight months into the 3-year construction programme, our construction partner Multiplex has made great progress at Karrinyup, with considerable work being undertaken on the future basement car parking. Keep up to date with the latest progress of Karrinyup’s $800 development.
AMP Capital has announced that supermarkets Coles and ALDI will be part of the new-look Karrinyup Shopping Centre’s $800 million development, set to open mid-2021.