Groundbreaking ceremony marks start of construction for Hillarys Plaza

AGEM Property Group non-executive director Mark Borrello and managing director Adrian Fiore with Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob.
AGEM Property Group non-executive director Mark Borrello and managing director Adrian Fiore with Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob.

GROUND has broken at the Hillarys Plaza site as construction gets underway.

Joondalup Mayor Albert Jacob joined AGEM Property Group managing director Adrian Fiore and non-executive director Mark Borrello at the site this morning to mark the occasion.

Located on the corner of Marmion and Banks avenues, opposite Westfield Whitford City shopping centre, the two-storey centre will specialise in medical services but also offer tenancies for offices, a Plus Fitness 24/7 gym, cafe and Nido Early Learning School childcare centre.

Mr Jacob said the City of Joondalup’s growth was going to be all brownfield developments and seizing opportunities to meet the needs of the future community.

“Hillarys Plaza is one of the best examples of that – it is a high quality development, is located on a very high profile, key site within the City and will meet the needs of future residents for many years to come,” he said.

Mr Fiore said the groundbreaking ceremony was a big milestone for the group because Hillarys Plaza had been a “paper pipedream” for nearly 14 months.

He added that AGEM Property Group and the City had forged a strong relationship and would have “an exciting announcement coming soon”.

Due to be finished in November 2019, Hillarys Plaza is now 60 per cent leased with an anchor medical tenant soon to be announced.