The transformation of Westfield Newmarket continues with the announcement of 20 new stores and the much-anticipated rooftop dining precinct set to open on October 10th.
On October 3rd, the airbridge across Mortimer Pass connecting the centre’s two buildings will open to an exciting selection of 20 new fashion retailers and hospitality outlets. The first stores to arrive on level 2 from next week include Australian fashion labels Sass & Bide, Husk, Aje, Gorman, Tigerlily and Cue. Plus Newmarket’s very own Scarpa and Merchant 1948. We will see a fresh new look for Walker & Hall and Rodd & Gunn as well Swarovski. Other openings to take place will include Platypus and The Athlete’s Foot and Bed Bath n’ Table opening soon after.
Level 3 will see a mix of New Zealand’s favourite quick-food outlets such as Mi & Chi, Mad Mex, Zeta Greek, Eat Indian, O & Bowl, Daruma Ramen, Tank Juice, Selera, Poke House and The Carvery. KFC is also set to open before the end of the month.
The highly-anticipated Rooftop on Broadway dining precinct openings include: Inca, a new concept by Nic Watt and Darren Johnson; White+ Wong’s & Sardine Cocktail Bar; Something & Social; New-Zealand’s first The Bavarian restaurant – along with newly announced; Bodrum Market; Corner Burger; Island Gelato and lppudo Ramen. New York Grill will also join the fold from next month.
Scentre Group Chief Operating Officer Greg Miles said October was gearing up to be another defining month for the redevelopment, “The transformation of Westfield Newmarket is well underway, with October set to deliver more, new and unique experiences to the community across food and fashion.”
Adding to Westfield Newmarket’s premium services suite, the centre today launched its best-in-class Valet offer, located in the Basement level of the Green Car Park, along with a first-to-market Hands Free Shopping service. Hands-Free Shopping allows Valet customers to purchase and leave their items to be collected and delivered to their car. Both services will be available to Westfield Plus members at member priced rates, as well as non-members.
Newmarket Business Association CEO Mark Knoff-Thomas commented “Today’s announcement by Scentre Group is incredibly exciting. Many will be delighted at the return of quick-food retail options, and the opening of Rooftop on Broadway on October 10, NZ’s first true rooftop dining precinct, is a gamechanger for Newmarket and a very welcome addition to our existing bustling hospitality sector. Plus adding valet parking and “hands-free” shopping to Westfield’s offering will be very popular with our discerning shoppers.”