Corner Commercial Road and The Parade, Seaford, South Australia
Seaford, located in Adelaide's southern suburbs is close to beaches and is one of South Australia's fastest growing areas, with a permanent population of around 15,000 residents. Prospects for the region remain strong with major infrastructure projects such as the duplification of the Southern Expressway and extension of the Noarlunga rail line to Seaford now complete. Seaford has been identified as one of the State Government's Transport-Orientated Development ("TOD") zones.
The Seaford Shopping Centre was purchased by PPI in late 2008. The centre has subsequently been re-named Seaford Central to acknowledge the centre's prime location adjacent the Seaford train station in the heart of Seaford's TOD zone.
Seaford Central is a 21,659sqm fully enclosed sub-regional shopping centre anchored by Woolworths and Foodland supermarkets as well as Big W and Cheap As Chips. Seaford Central also contains 63 specialty stores including CBA, NAB and Westpac bank branches, Australia Post, Priceline, Hungry Jack's and a Mobil service station.