Mambourin Marketplace: $50m precinct approved for Melbourne’s West

Mambourin Marketplace approval
The retail precinct aims to be a 5 Star Green Star building. (Source: Supplied)

Frasers Property Australia has received permit approval for the first stage of a $50 million major retail precinct at Mambourin in Melbourne’s west.

A major supermarket will anchor the retail hub which has 7,200sqm of retail space and plans for medical precinct, pharmacy and up to 25 specialty stores.

The plans for the first development stage include a landscaped urban plaza. There is approval for a children’s play space, artwork, al fresco dining, a central events space and end-of-trip cycling facilities.

A gateway retail precinct will complement the development, with potential tenants a childcare centre, petrol station and fast-food businesses.

Mambourin Marketplace will become a 5 Star Green building

Mambourin Marketplace will feature a range of green initiatives such as an 800kw solar PV system, 100 per cent renewable energy supply and provision for electric vehicle charging.

Construction on the 5 Star Green Star building is expected to begin later this year, with opening planned for late 2024 or early 2025.

Sarah Bloom, general manager development Victoria, Frasers Property Australia, said “Frasers Property has a track record of delivering world class retail developments across Australia and will bring this expertise to Mambourin to create a great local shopping centre.”

Mambourin Marketplace is the first stage of a proposed major 25,000 sqm retail precinct which could sit adjacent to a proposed train station and local business district, community facilities and the Good News Lutheran College P-12 Campus.