Retail/Mixed-Use Projects

LAS Group develops retail centres both across growing greenfield regions, in-demand suburban neighbourhoods and Melbourne’s CBD.

Each project is developed first and foremost to contribute meaningfully to the area it occupies, catering to the demands of its catchment and bolstering the local economy.

Summerhill Shopping Centre

850 Plenty Road, Resevoir

Anchored by Kmart, Coles and Aldi, Summerhill Shopping Centre’s proximity to public transport, arterials and parklands is further enhanced by the brand new shopping centre’s tenants and amenities.

Boasting Gross Leasable Area (GLA) of approximately 16,500sqm, a growing local population of 153,000, and estimated trade area retail expenditure of $1.75 billion, Summerhill Shopping Centre is a high-quality retail asset in one of Melbourne’s fastest-growing regions.

206 Bourke Street


A redevelopment of the much-loved Village City Centre in a prime position in the CBD, 206 Bourke Street delivered 12,500sqm of retail and office space, designed by DP Toscano and Geyer Design, to Melbourne’s thriving Chinatown precinct, breathing new life into the former cinema complex.

79 – 83 Douglas Parade


This boutique strip-shop development consists of five retail spaces in the heart of Williamstown, which is known for its focus on local business and community.

LAS Group sold each fully leased shop individually to private investors.

187 Settlement Road


LAS Group’s Thomastown project, home to furniture powerhouse Gainsville, consists of 15,000sqm of retail space and a pad site restaurant.