‘Ensures its future’: Theo Maras on Adelaide Central Market development approval

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The $400 million Adelaide Central Market development will start in June this year after approval from Adelaide City Council, The Advertiser has reported.

The project will see a new retail space, offices and an apartment tower, with a $10 million penthouse, constructed. All are expected to be completed within three years.

On Tuesday night, the Council approved an additional 21 apartments for the tower, as well as other design changes to the project whose budget rose over $9.3 million than originally planned.

Theo Maras with son Steve, pictured in Adelaide’s East End Picture: The Daily Telegraph.

Adelaide Central Market chair, Theo Maras, was pleased with the approval.

“I have been coming to the Adelaide Central Market since the 1950s and this is truly a one-in-a-100-year opportunity to expand our iconic market and ensure its future in the hearts and minds of the next generation of South Australians and all who do business and visit here,” Mr Maras told The Advertiser.

Source: The Advertiser

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