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Phone  +61 2 9210 4242
Mid City Centre
Address  197 Pitt St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Hours  Closed now Tuesday9AM–6PMWednesday9AM–6PMThursday9AM–9PMFriday9AM–6PMSaturday9AM–6PMSunday11AM–5PMMonday9AM–6PMSuggest an edit
Similar  Westfield Sydney, The Strand Arcade, Westfield Bondi Junction, Westfield Kotara, Westfield Eastgardens

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The Mid City Centre is a small shopping centre located in the Sydney central business district. Fronting the Pitt Street Mall and George Street, the Mid City Centre is a link between two of Sydney's shopping streets. Mid City was redeveloped by the owners–Fortius Funds Management and Australian Prime Property Fund and managed by Lend Lease. The architects for Mid City is Sydney architectural practice, Bates Smart.



The old Mid City Centre, launched in 1989, had around 50 specialty stores over three levels. These included Rebel Sport and HMV as well as electronics retailer Dick Smith and chemist Priceline. The centre's main entrance was on the Pitt Street Mall and this provided access to other centres on the pedestrian mall including Westfield Centrepoint, Imperial Arcade, Skygarden, Glasshouse, Sydney Central Plaza and the Strand Arcade. It was demolished in November 2007 to make way for an office and retail development.


The old Mid City Centre has been rebuilt at a cost of approximately A$70 million with an office tower crowning the new shopping centre. Stage One of the new Mid City Centre opened in March 2010 and it became home to stores such as 2 storey flagships by General Pants Co. and Witchery as well as G-Star Raw, and a range of other Australian retailers. Stage Two opened in June 2010 and re-established a pedestrian link between George Street and the Pitt Street Mall.


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