The $2 billion Brookfield Place precinct continues to evolve, with the announcement of a host of new eateries and retailers that are set to start opening from next month. Brookfield Place is the centre of a new precinct around Wynyard, which includes the rejuvenated Shell House building – set to house four venues in one from the group behind The Dolphin – an adjacent 27-level office tower and a new entrance and transit hall for Wynyard Station. A huge Romeo’s food hall has already launched in the precinct.
Expect a new Gojima – the popular eatery that wittily brought together burgers and sushi – to open in the new precinct, as well as an outpost of excellent Scandi-Japanese cafe Edition Roasters. Other openings include Two Penny Coffee and Sushi Yuzen.
A highlight will be a space that merges several cult eateries into one. They include Malaysian diner Papparich, South Korean fried chicken brand Nene Chicken, Hokkaido Baked Cheese Tart, Japanese-inspired choux pastry store Kurimu and a bubble tea bar.
Retailer-wise, expect a two-level Lululemon, a Priceline, a barber shop, a florist and a huge T2 store in prime position along Wynyard Station’s main thoroughfare.
The new eateries and stores are set to start opening from July.