Coles commits to ‘game-changing’ Sydney community

Coles and Liquorland are the first retailers to commit to Ed.Square, a new community in south-west Sydney.

Frasers Property’s leasing campaign for the “game-changing” Ed.Square project in Edmondson Park now moves into full swing. Future residents will have a 4,181sqm Coles supermarket and 166sqm Liquorland within walking distance of their homes.

“We’re looking forward to creating new jobs and bringing local residents a brand-new Coles supermarket at Ed.Square with a range and offer that is suited to the needs of the local community,” Coles State General Manager Orlando Rodriguez said.

“Our new store design will provide customers with a market-style fresh-produce area, an in-store bakery to provide freshly baked goods every day, a gourmet deli, and an open-style meat counter offering customers a ‘slice on request’ service.

“We’re also looking forward to incorporating several new green initiatives into the store, which will reduce our environmental footprint in the community, such as LED lighting, solar panelling and new energy-efficient refrigeration.

“We’re committed to the growing community and, in fact, this will be our fourth new supermarket in the south-west corridor. As part of our investment in Sydney’s south west, we have already opened three concept Coles supermarkets in the past 12 months and created more than 300 new jobs at our nearby stores in Narellan, Denham Court and Ingleburn.”

The new Coles at Ed.Square is expected to open in early 2020, coinciding with the completion of the first retail stage and the community’s first residents moving in.

Ed.Square will comprise more than 40,000sqm of retail space with at least 120 shops integrated with a landmark 68m-high residential tower, which will sit atop the town centre.

The precinct is also likely to include a fresh-food market place, gym, entertainment precinct with cinema, convenience-based services and medical facilities.

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