The Atrium Opens at Greenwood Plaza
North Sydney center makes the leap from operating a food court to running a destination dining precinct.
The dust has settled and now Greenwood Plaza can welcome patrons to The Atrium, a dining destination that has replaced its old food court. The North Sydney, Australia, center held its official launch on May 2 with the re-introduction of five local favorites—Guzman Y Gomez, Costi’s Fish & Chips, Urban Taste and Little Tokyo—as well as the addition of new eateries: Bun Me, FoGo Brazilia, The Gozleme Co., Mirchi, Simply Noodles Malay, Swiss Deli, THR1VE, and Wokky Chan’s Chinese Kitchen. A 12th retailer will be announced in July.
Greenwood Plaza, co-owned by Mirvac and TH Real Estate, spent $9 million (approx. 6.6 million USD)on the food court redevelopment, which is meant to upgrade the center’s lunch menu and cater to the needs of locals, especially office workers. Among the space’s features is a refurbished seating plan, ambient design and lighting, and free Wi-Fi.