Manly Harbour Village to be Rebranded as ‘The Mall’ After Makeover

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Photo credit: Manly Harbour Village/Facebook

The iconic shopping centre at Manly Harbour Village is set to receive a $1.5 million makeover later this month and will be rebranded as ‘The Mall.’


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The project plans include refurbishments to improve the overall presentation, ease of maintenance, and rebranding to better assist visitors. 


A substantial part of the budget will go towards necessary but unseen fixes like roof replacement, asbestos removal, and mechanical updates required for the 60-year-old building.

Artist’s impression for ‘The Mall’ (Photo credit: Manly Harbour Village/Facebook)

The Mall will remain open during the ‘refresh’ to minimise downtime for retailers, including the anchor tenant IGA supermarket. However, some short-term closures of individual stores will be necessary over the course of the makeover.

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“Where possible, we will try to ensure that as few stores at a time are impacted, to ensure our community can continue to shop as normal in the village. Exact timings will be communicated closer to the time of any impacts,” Manly Harbour Village announced in its website.

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Photo credit: Manly Harbour Village/Facebook

The renovations will modernise the ageing complex originally built in the 1960s and revamp it as “The Mall” – a nod to its original name, The Manly Mall. The original mall housed staple shops like a butcher, produce market, newsstand, general store, and barbershop when it first opened in the 1960s.


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The original Manly Mall (Photo credit: Manly Harbour Village/Facebook)

The new Mall aims to recapture the original marketplace vibe. The fresh, modern interiors and branding are designed to enhance the shopping experience and highlight traders within the centre.


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The Manly Harbour Village management said the multimillion-dollar investment will update the ageing complex to better serve residents. The upgrade works are expected to take a few months and be completed in early 2024.

Published 15-August-2023