Alexandria Homemaker Centre

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Homemaker Centre Alexandria sits alongside Green Square just south of Sydney's CBD.

For Large Format Retail our centre represents one of the best catchments in the Country!

The centre sits on the corner of Doody St and O’Riordan St (the major arterial road to the airport). Alexandria is being reshaped from humble beginnings as a largely industrial suburb, with new medium to high density residential & retail developments being completed within a couple of kilometres radius of the Centre.

Our Homemaker Centre is Alexandria's largest and most significant 2 level Large Format Retail offering, furniture, bedding, home wares, electrical, lighting, floor coverings, blinds, and much more.

Collectively, the centre houses 26 retailers, a cafe, ATM, bathroom facilities with baby change rooms and car parking to accommodate over 700 cars.

Alexandria enjoys excellent transport links to Sydney CBD. Residents can access the Green Square train station and it’s within walking distance to Erskineville, St Peters and Mascot railway stations. There are also multiple bus routes connecting it to all parts of Sydney.

Category: Large Format Retail Centres



49 - 59 O’Riordan Street,
alexandria 2015 NSW


Primary Suburb: Alexandria The predominant age group in the area is 25-34 representing 29.5% of the total Primary Trade Area.

Secondary Suburbs: Eveleigh, Erskineville, Redfern, Waterloo, Newtown, Zetland, Beaconsfield, St Peters, Mascot, Rosebery.

Alexandria’s demographic mix is dominated by young professionals, with an average age of 33 according to SQM Research. Residents are also earning significantly higher than the average income across the state at $2,462 weekly income against $1,367 for NSW.

Alexandria is poised to benefit from the massive urban redevelopment in Green Square. Green Square area is set to become a major employment hub comparable to Chatswood but situated in a far superior location. Green Square is seen as the most important urban redevelopment project in Sydney at present and is considered to be one of the largest urban renewal projects in Australia comprising 278 hectares of land in Sydney’s oldest industrial area.