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Epic new three-storey hardware store planned for Sydney’s northern suburbs

The new Mega Bunnings is opening its doors to Sydney. Photo: NCA NewsWire / Rebecca LeMay

A spectacular new Bunnings planned in the northern suburbs of Sydney will emit a green light and will be the first three-story building in New South Wales.

Alan Harvey, Regional Operations Manager at Bunnings Warehouse, said news.com.au The proposed multi-level Bunnings Warehouse on the corner of Waringa Road and Aramby Road in the French Forest has been approved and the hardware giant was considering the terms.

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Impressions of a large new Bunnings artist planned in the French Forest on the northern outskirts of Sydney. Supplied by Bunnings.

Impressions of a large new Bunnings artist planned in the French Forest on the northern outskirts of Sydney.Photo: Bunnings Warehouse

“Over 20,000 square meters, the Bunnings French Forest is the first in New South Wales to have three levels of retail and parking for nearly 400 cars,” said Harvey.

The construction cost is estimated at about $ 48 million and the new store is expected to create more than 130 team member jobs.

“It’s too early to confirm the opening date, but we look forward to offering a wide range of household and lifestyle products to the French Forest community,” says Harvey.

Impressions of a large new Bunnings artist planned in the French Forest on the northern outskirts of Sydney. Supplied by Bunnings.

The new store planned will be the first three-floor Bunnings Warehouse in New South Wales.Photo: Bunnings Warehouse

The planned store is about the size of a huge new $ 55 million Midland warehouse in northeastern Perth that opened in December.

It is the largest in Western Australia, covering more than 21,000 square meters and has more than double the parking capacity of the old Midland Bunnings in about 480 bays.



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