Coles open until 12:00am

Overview of Centre

Greenvale Shopping Centre is a 6,378sqm neighbourhood centre situated on the intersection of Mickleham Rd and Greenvale Drive in Greenvale.

It was developed in 2008 and comprises a full line Coles supermarket, 26 specialty stores and 4 pad sites. A medical centre is also situated of the northern car park and a Caltex fuel station and car wash is situated directly across the road on the south east corner of Mickleham Road and Greenvale Drive.

Leasing Enquiries

Please contact Michael Vanin on 0418 543 970

Casual Leasing and Pop-up Enquiries

Greenvale Shopping Centre has several high exposure casual leasing or ‘pop up’ sites for consideration. Please contact Dominique if you wish to discuss options that might suit your requirement’s and budget.

Dominique King

Pop-up Leasing Spaces

Site A - Mickleham (3m x 3m)

Site B - Yuroke (2.5m x 2.5m)

Fact sheet (PDF)

Greenvale Fact Sheet Greenvale Fact Sheet (243 KB)

Trade Area

Primary Trade Area

Greenvale’s primary trade area just includes the suburb of Greenvale other than a small section in the north east which extends into Roxburgh Park. The current population stands at 15,466 people and is forecast to grow at an average rate of 2.5% to 2021 as the western side of Mickleham Road is a major growth corridor.

Secondary Trade Area

Greenvale’s arterial road exposure creates secondary trade areas extending north to Craigieburn Road and east into parts of Roxburgh Park and Meadow Heights. The secondary sector is projected to continue growing at particularly strong rates on the back of new residential estates in Craigieburn.

In the ten years to 2011, the trade area population has grown by more than 45% or 7539 people. Similar growth rates are projected over the next 10 years resulting in an estimated population of 35,000 people by 2021.

Customer Profile

The trade area is skewed heavily to couples with dependants which equates to 62% against a Melbourne average of 36.5%.

65% of the region are Australian born which is in line with the Melbourne average of 64.5%.

There is a significantly younger demographic profile compared with Melbourne and there are higher proportions of children (<19yrs) and lower proportions of elderly (>65 years).

Home ownership varies between primary and secondary trade areas with much higher levels in the PTA (35.4% fully owned with 53% being purchased) against a Melbourne average of 67.5%.

The average household size is well above the Melbourne average at 3.6 people per household.

The median weekly household income is $2,030 against a Melbourne average of $1,419.