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Food and art is a good start

02 Jul 2013

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The first stage of Collins Square’s retail will open this month.

Collins Square features a 10,000 sqm retail precinct and the fully leased stage one area opens this month, with 17 tenants, all of which are restaurants or part of “The Lunch Room”.

“The Lunch Room” is a dining area offering a range of cuisines including Spanish, Asian and modern Australian.

Collins Square retail will eventually house 50 retail tenants and will open in three stages.

Collins Square is also set to become home to a large-scale art installation.

The pedestrian canopy (pictured) is by artist Dion Horstmans and will be the size of an Olympic pool, spanning from the Lantern building at 707 Collins St to the front of 727 Collins St.

An installation date for the artwork has not been set.

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