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Old March 30th, 2006, 12:05 PM   #121
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mmm...reminds me of bali!

not quite, but cool all the same.

i work on rundle street, and the vibe that the market will create should be fantastic!
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Old March 30th, 2006, 01:19 PM   #122
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Sounds great...don't realy go to rundle street much, maybe this will change it a bit.
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Old March 31st, 2006, 09:31 AM   #123
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I think the East End markets will enhance the city's image greatly. Very few places have inner-city markets and I think Adelaide should take advantage of being able to do that.

The Queen Victoria Markets in Melbourne are absolutely sensational and I would love to see the same kind of atmosphere and goods sold in Adelaide.
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Old April 12th, 2006, 10:33 PM   #124
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from todays tiser

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Free CBD on-street parking for Easter

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CITY motorists will be able to park for free in the CBD over the Easter break.

Timed ticket parking will not apply on the public holidays of Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Monday.

However, parking restrictions in taxi zones, bus zones, no stopping zones, no standing zones or "any day" loading zones will still be enforced.

Adelaide City Council chief executive Mal Hemmerling, said motorists should check street signs.

"As a basic rule, any red-worded signage designates a parking restriction," he said.

All council-owned UParks will be closed tomorrow.

On Saturday, Pirie and Flinders St UParks will be closed.

On Easter Sunday and Monday all UParks, except for Central Market and Rundle St, will be closed.
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Old June 23rd, 2006, 08:59 PM   #125
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Shopping Centre Upgrades

With so many shopping centres around Adelaide getting redeveloped and new ones being built, I think its time have a thread about it

heres most of them...

- City Cross Arcade
- Renanaice Arcade
- Regent Arcade
- Elizabeth Shopping Centre
- Centro Collanades
- Centro Arndale
- Centro Hollywood
- Seaford Shopping Centre
- Mitcham Square (formally Mitcham Shopping Centre)
- Hallett Cove Shopping Centre
- Northbank Shopping Centre
- GPO (City Central Project)
- Norwood Place
- North Adelaide Shopping Centre
- Aldinga Beach Central
- Mt Barker Central
- Parafield Retail Centre
- West Central Project
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Old June 24th, 2006, 02:58 AM   #126
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So what exactly is being done to them? Interior or exterior refurbishment? Establishment of new facilities?
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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:15 PM   #127
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With so many shopping centres around Adelaide getting redeveloped and new ones being built, I think its time have a thread about it

heres most of them...

- City Cross Arcade
- Renanaice Arcade
- Regent Arcade
- Elizabeth Shopping Centre
- Centro Collanades
- Centro Arndale
- Centro Hollywood
- Seaford Shopping Centre
- Mitcham Square (formally Mitcham Shopping Centre)
- Hallett Cove Shopping Centre
- Northbank Shopping Centre
- GPO (City Central Project)
- Norwood Place
- North Adelaide Shopping Centre
- Aldinga Beach Central
- Mt Barker Central
- Parafield Retail Centre
- West Central Project
theres a crane on burnside village, but i dunno why
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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:32 PM   #128
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theres a crane on burnside village, but i dunno why
They're making it a dual-level carpark on the Portrush Rd side and expanding shops on the Sidney Street side.
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Old June 24th, 2006, 05:34 PM   #129
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Westfield West Lakes was recently upgraded.

Centro Arndale is due for a 60m upgrade, some preparation work is already taking place. The dap has been submitted and as far as i know has already been approved.

Port Canal mall is set for a big upgrade sometime in the near future with newport quays being built around the corner from it.

Marion shopping centre to get an upgraded interchange?
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Old June 24th, 2006, 07:32 PM   #130
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Mitcham Square (Belair Road, Mitcham) - DUE TO OPEN OCTOBER 2006




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This landmark of style and function will almost triple existing lettable space.

MITCHAM SQUARE is Adelaide's most exciting opportunity for retailers large and small.

Contemporary and convenient shopping will draw individuals and families from surrounding suburbs and the Adelaide Hills.

Two major supermarkets and a cinema complex will generate high traffic and a social atmosphere.

Lettings will centre on precincts for food, fashion, homewares and entertainment, showing the discerning shopper that MITCHAM SQUARE is "for every side of you".
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If any shopping mall should be upgraded, I belive it should be Rundle Mall. What ever happened to the 'visions' covered by Vision 2020? Re-introducing life back into the city centre?
Whilst suburban retailers may benefit from these upgrades and it certainly benefits locals from having to travel, it leaves the city malls empty and isolated. Hopefully someone will unveil a plan to expand on the Rundle Mall precient so that all Adelaidians can enjoy and benefit from the new city hub.
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Old June 25th, 2006, 05:16 AM   #132
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Oh yes- add
the New Newton Shopping Centre
"They-re putting the New into Newton"
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Old June 25th, 2006, 06:58 AM   #133
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"They-re putting the New into Newton"
lol, every day i drive past that sign to go to school, i always think its really lame
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Old June 25th, 2006, 07:09 AM   #134
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If any shopping mall should be upgraded, I belive it should be Rundle Mall. What ever happened to the 'visions' covered by Vision 2020? Re-introducing life back into the city centre?
Whilst suburban retailers may benefit from these upgrades and it certainly benefits locals from having to travel, it leaves the city malls empty and isolated. Hopefully someone will unveil a plan to expand on the Rundle Mall precient so that all Adelaidians can enjoy and benefit from the new city hub.
people like the larger shopping centres because they have it all. supermarkets, departments stores, specialty shops, food halls.

rundle mall is badly laid out imo. all the atms are down one end, away from most of the shops.

the city's problem is that there are too few supermarkets, so city residents have to travel elsewhere, eg Unley, Norwood, Burnside
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I believe supermarkets and food shopping should be a suburban thing, I just don't believe in huge malls like Westfield Marion that have clothes stores, toy stores, multi-cinemas, all those retail outlets which could be placed in the city.
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Old June 25th, 2006, 07:31 AM   #136
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people like the larger shopping centres because they have it all. supermarkets, departments stores, specialty shops, food halls.

rundle mall is badly laid out imo. all the atms are down one end, away from most of the shops.

the city's problem is that there are too few supermarkets, so city residents have to travel elsewhere, eg Unley, Norwood, Burnside
ATMs? Eh? If you stand still long enough in the Mall, they'll stick an ATM on you. There's at least five CBA ones in the mall, and more on Hindley and King William Streets.

The main problem for the CBD is simply transport.
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Old June 25th, 2006, 09:45 AM   #137
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ATMs? Eh? If you stand still long enough in the Mall, they'll stick an ATM on you. There's at least five CBA ones in the mall, and more on Hindley and King William Streets.
i guess you're right, but other than BankSA, CBA and a few others, there arent many around. ANZ, for example.
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Old June 25th, 2006, 11:18 AM   #138
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i guess you're right, but other than BankSA, CBA and a few others, there arent many around. ANZ, for example.
Isn't there an ANZ one right next to DJ?
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Old June 25th, 2006, 12:35 PM   #139
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Isn't there an ANZ one right next to DJ?
probably...

just forget i said anything about ATMs...LOL
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I believe supermarkets and food shopping should be a suburban thing, I just don't believe in huge malls like Westfield Marion that have clothes stores, toy stores, multi-cinemas, all those retail outlets which could be placed in the city.
Adelaide is a very spread out city so its needs huge malls such as Marion, Elizabeth, Tea Tree Plaza and Collanades, the problem with the city is there is not alot of things to do for young people (such as arcades) and what atd said.

btw since the $300m Elizabeth Shopping centre redevelopment the area's moral has improved and alot of people are moving into the area (mostly young families).

Elizabeth is now one of SA's Finest Shopping Centres

www.elizabethshopping.com.au
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