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The Raine Square redevelopment will transform a key city landmark into a major Perth CBD destination.
The lifestyle precinct will be unrivalled as a 7 day-a-week retail, dining and entertainment destination.

In 2018, Palace Cinemas will call Raine Square home.  The multi-screen cinema complex will offer a vibrant film, arts and entertainment hub.

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KEY FEATURES OF RAINE SQUARE
_ 18,000sqm of retail
_ 40 new stores
_ Coles only CBD supermarket
_ Rebel Sport
_ Palace Cinemas – 12 screens
_ Restoration of heritage buildings to include flagship retail on Murray Street
_ New dining precinct with bars, restaurants and casual dining
_ Approx 45,000sqm of office space in the precinct, 100% leased to Bankwest
_ Provides enhanced connections to the Murray Street Mall, Yagan Square, the Perth bus  and rail hubs and Northbridge

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UNDER CONSTRUCTION – WHAT IS HAPPENING AT RAINE SQUARE?
We are redeveloping Raine Square to become the new heart of Perth’s CBD. It will include new retail, food and entertainment facilities and we are restoring the heritage Royal and Wentworth, to create flagship retail, accommodation, and dining. Ultimately, there will be 40 new stores and fabulous dining experiences that will transform Raine Square into a major Perth destination.

As part of the redevelopment of Raine Square, the retail, food hall and public access tunnel to Perth Underground will close from Tuesday 6 June 2017 and anticipate reopening mid-2018. Bankwest Place will still be open with access through the existing entrances off William Street and Murray Street, with the Bankwest branch remaining open and accessible via Murray Street.

We are pleased to announce that we have appointed Built as primary contractor for the redevelopment of the Raine Square, with work on site commencing in mid-July 2017.

Safety first
Over the next few weeks’ safety hoarding will be installed along Wellington Street, William Street, Murray Street and near the entry to the Bankwest office tower.

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