TopShop soon to grace GPT’s Highpoint Shopping Centre

For those of you TopShop obsessed, rejoice. Melbourne is soon to be graced with its second outlet in just over a year.

The GPT Group that owns such shopping precincts as Melbourne Central , Dandenong Plaza and Chirnside Park as well as Highpoint Shopping Centre in Melbourne’s west is soon to host the leading international retailer in its newly refurbished shopping precinct, due to open its doors to the public in early 2013.

For the past few months, Highpoint has been rapidly progressing through its new fashion mall, which will host a 14,000 square metre, two-level David Jones department store, also the first in Melbourne’s west as well as 80 other leading retailers and their outlets that will encompass both Australian and international labels.

The TopShop store will also offer-up its staple TopMan range in a 1,600 square metre spread amongst the other retailers, complementing the retailer’s 750 store-strong international reputation and boosting Melbourne’s claim to fashion fame as it will host both the retailer’s outlets.

I guess it’s time for a visit out west…

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2 Responses to “TopShop soon to grace GPT’s Highpoint Shopping Centre”
  1. Adam says:

    Some of the stores opening at Highpoint Shopping Centre March 14, 2013: (Most of these had/have job listings)
    Adidas, Alannah Hill, Apple, Aquila Outfit, Bing Harris & Co, Calibre, Chanel, Country Road, David Lawrence, Dymocks, Gregory Jewellers, Groom Spa, Katies, Koko Black, Kookai, Laura Ashley, Lonsdale, Macrs, Merchant, Mecca Cosmetica, Midas, Mi Piaci, Nike, Olga Berg, Oroton, Peter Alexander, Running Bare, SABA, Samsung, Sass & Bide, Seed, Seafolly, Shingle Inn, Speedo, Sportscarft, SuperGlue, Swatch, Tooshop/Topman, Tutti Frutti, Urban Attitude, Universal Store, Veronika Maine, Zara…..

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