• New cinemas to reopen at Gold Coast’s Pacific Fair

    Date: 2019.06.19 | Category: 南京夜网 | Tags:

    The cinemas are about to reopen at Pacific Fair at Broadbeach. Photo: Pacific Fair Broadbeach The transformation of Pacific Fair is expected to be done by mid-2016. Photo: Pacific Fair revamp underway
    Nanjing Night Net

    Pacific Fair cinemas are set to reopen on Thursday, the latest stage in the $670 million reimagination of the Broadbeach shopping complex.

    Three of the 11 cinemas opening on Thursday will be the top-flight Gold Class cinemas, with state-of-the-art sound.

    Another of the revamped cinemas has a 22-metre high digital screen, while the remaining seven cinemas have been modernised.

    Pacific Fair at Broadbeach will on November 12 reopen its new eating and dining area called The Patio, and a series of new retailers.

    Centre manager Annabelle Green said the transformation of Pacific Fair, expected to be complete in mid-2016, was an important refurbishment for the shopping complex.

    “Our local community and visitors are set to descend on Pacific Fair in the lead-up to Christmas and the summer holidays,” Ms Green said.

    “The upcoming openings of Events Cinemas, The Patio and the other new retailers will provide the enhanced shopping experience we know the Pacific Fair shopper is looking for,” she said.

    Pacific Fair Shopping Centre is part of a $2.8 billion suite of shopping centres managed by superannuation funds giant AMP Capital.

    Pacific Fair sits by the southern end of the Gold Coast light rail line at Broadbeach.

    Construction work already done shows the first panel of the new “super roof” has been built along the curved edge of the resort area.

    The stairs leading from the new casual dining area and the bridge across the resort area are in place awaiting their final treatments early in 2016.

    A new fresh food market opened in June 2015.

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