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Money Vicinity to sell $1bn of shopping centres

08:56  04 june  2018
08:56  04 june  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Vicinity Centres will sell up to $ 1 billion of medium-sized and neighbourhood shopping centres to fund development of prestige projects. The shopping centre operator says it will plough the proceeds into what it called "transformative developments" including The Glen and Box Hill Central in

Vicinity Centres , the country's second largest retail landlord, has dramatically escalated its strategy to fortify its trophy assets, with a plan to sell off $ 1 billion in smaller malls in the next six months. Now led by Grant Kelley, Vicinity will direct the proceeds into bolstering and redeveloping its remaining

Bankstown Central Shopping Centre in Sydney will receive some of the proceeds of the sale © AAP Image/Dean Lewins Bankstown Central Shopping Centre in Sydney will receive some of the proceeds of the sale Vicinity Centres will sell up to $1 billion of medium-sized and neighbourhood shopping centres to fund development of prestige projects.

The shopping centre operator says it will plough the proceeds into what it called "transformative developments" including The Glen and Box Hill Central in Melbourne; Galleria in Perth; plus Chatswood Chase and Bankstown Central in Sydney.

"Following an extensive review of our portfolio, it is clear that we need to focus our resources on creating destinations that provide market-leading shopping, dining and entertainment experiences," chief executive and managing director Grant Kelley said.

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