St Ives Shopping Village

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St Ives Shopping Village
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St Ives Shopping Village
Location St Ives, New South Wales
Coordinates 33°43′47″S151°09′31″E / 33.729741°S 151.158705°E / -33.729741; 151.158705 Coordinates: 33°43′47″S151°09′31″E / 33.729741°S 151.158705°E / -33.729741; 151.158705
Opening date1960
No. of stores and services120
No. of anchor tenants 3
No. of floors2
Parking248
Website stivesvillage.com.au/

St Ives Shopping Village is a shopping centre in the suburb of St Ives in Sydney's Upper North Shore. It opened in the 1960 and included a supermarket and over 40 stores. In the 1970s St Ives Shopping Village became the main commercial area for St Ives and now has over 100 stores. [1] The main major tenants are Harris Farm Markets, Coles and Woolworths. It is across the road from the Village Green and the skate park.

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References

  1. "St Ives". dictionaryofsydney.org. Retrieved 28 April 2016.