Stage 6 Development
Development Update 3 April 2020
The unprecedented and rapidly escalating social and economic impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) will result in a delay of the Stage Six expansion of Burnside Village until there’s greater clarity within the economic environment.
The Cohen Group is still working on plans for the project with key stakeholders but the Coronavirus is having an impact on these plans and it is uncertain how it will affect the project timing.
We appreciate the support received from the community, project partners, tenants, Council and Government for the expansion and look forward to proceeding with development in a stronger economic environment.
The Cohen Group also wishes you and your families well as you tackle the challenges of COVID-19, and give you our assurance that we remain committed to serving our customers, tenants and the local community during this time.
Our development history
Since Burnside Village was established in the early 1970s, the Centre has expanded to meet the needs of its customers and community with a boutique retail offering amidst a distinctive village atmosphere.
We now have development consent for a Masterplan that would be delivered over two or more stages.
The Masterplan ensures Burnside Village continues as South Australia’s premier retail and lifestyle destination.
Late 1960s – Richard and Pat Cohen purchase bluestone cottage
1972 – Burnside Village opens with the Vine Mall building
1985 – First major expansion adding undercover car parking and Atrium Mall
1990 – Village Market opens with cafes and fresh food retailers
1992 – Village Pharmacy opens with adjoining tenancies
2009 – Refurbish amenities and install glass atrium throughout the malls
2011 – New Atrium Mall, ZARA and fashion court opens
2018 – Mecca Maxima opens
2019 – Demolition in preparation for development (Sydney Street/Greenhill Rd/Portrush Rd corner)
2020 – Village Market upgraded
2020 – Signalisation of Sydney Street works in progress