Karrinyup Shopping Centre redevelopment building up

Aerial photo of the Karrinyup Shopping Centre redevelopment from March 2019.
Aerial photo of the Karrinyup Shopping Centre redevelopment from March 2019.

FOUNDATION works are ramping up at Karrinyup Shopping Centre is complete as part of its $800 million redevelopment.

Demolition of the northern and north-eastern sections of the centre has finished, along with earthworks in preparation for the multi-deck carpark.

Multiplex workers have been busy creating foundations for the carpark and proposed fashion loop, and have started installing a travelator from the Big W carpark to the mall.

Centre food court demolished

A centre spokeswoman said they were making “significant progress towards the target dates”.

Five tower cranes have been installed at the project site, with another to come.

Upcoming works include linking the Big W mall to the proposed fresh food precinct and building its tenancies, and excavating the area that will be home to the east café court.

The first level slabs are being finished for stores near Coffee Club.

Redevelopment April update

Stores are also being relocated as part of the redevelopment, including Just Jeans, Mulberry Cards and Gifts, SumoSalad and Medibank, while Grafton Street and Secret Blumen recently opened at the centre.

Miss Maud has moved to the fresh food mall after avoiding closure.

Stage one of the redevelopment is expected to open later this year.

More details on store relocations.