Westfield Knox unveils next stage of $355m redevelopment

Westfield Knox redevelopment opens
A basketball court is part of the shopping centre’s mega redevelopment. (Source: Supplied)

Westfield Knox will open the latest stage of its $355 million investment redevelopment on 8 June.

Centre manager Kristian Nicholls said “A series of new and returning fashion and lifestyle brands will open the doors to their new stores for the first time, as well as our brand new full-sized NBL basketball court and outdoor kids play space.”

A new look KX Pilates will provide fitness opportunities while Rebel will open its largest ‘rcx’ (rebel Customer Experience) format store in Victoria, focused on interaction and immersion.

A new parking management system will harness licence plate recognition.

A community-inspired initiative is the full-sized NBL basketball court which will open alongside the enhanced fashion and lifestyle offer. The communal space will be managed in partnership with local basketball association, Knox Basketball, and will see junior teams use it for training, competition games and clinics during the school holidays.

A new parking management system will use licence plate recognition and guidance technology.

Customers will be able to access all-gender amenities on level 2 and a calm room on level 1.

“This next phase of the development is a significant milestone in the broader transformation and takes us one step closer to delivering a world-class retail social and lifestyle destination for Melbourne’s East,” said Nicholls.