Key Features & Achievements
- 94,000sqm of new retail space
- External resort area
- Largest concentration of luxury retail brands in an Australian Shopping Centre
- Winner of the 2016 Queensland Retail Property of the Year award
- Winner of the 2016 Queensland Excellence Awards for Design, Food Retailing, Marketing, and Presentation
Pacific Fair is the largest shopping centre in Queensland and the fourth largest shopping centre in Australia. The $670 million redevelopment of the centre commenced in January 2014 and set out to achieve a new standard of retailing excellence through recognition as a world-class indoor / outdoor leisure and entertainment precinct.
A new two-level shopping mall, comprising 94,000sqm of new retail space including 1,300 new car park spaces, connects with the existing mall. Pacific Fair now totals 150,000sqm and consists of almost 420 shops, restaurants, and entertainment destinations under one roof. The retail mix includes fashion, leisure, and lifestyle retailers.
Pacific Fair has one of the largest concentrations of luxury retailers and global brands of any shopping centre in Australia, including Givenchy, Gucci, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo and Tiffany & Co, to name a few, complimented by Australian designers like Aje, Alice McCall, Bul, Camilla, Carla Zampatti, Dion Lee, Manning Cartell, Myer, Sass & Bide, Scanlan Theodore and Zimmermann.
Pacific Fair achieved a clean sweep in all categories at the 2016 Queensland Retail Property Awards, achieving Retail Property of the Year, Excellence in Design, Excellence in Food Retailing, Excellence in Marketing and Excellence in Presentation.
Codicote’s initial role for AMP Capital at Pacific Fair focused on tenancy coordination of upwards of 90 new top end retail units. AMP Capital drew upon our wider expertise to assist with Design Management, Construction Advice and Construction Planning services. Our expanded role and scope of services contributed to the successful opening of the extended Pacific Fair Shopping Centre on 31 August 2016.