But Arndale and West Lakes have existed for many years. Why should anything change now?claybro wrote: ↑Sun Jan 14, 2018 8:23 pmBut everyone is looking at this from an Adelaide point of view of low density. Is there any reason Arndale can't be connected to the OH line by light rail (if it ever got off the ground) and some serious high density housing be constructed in conjunction with re developement of the entire centre? I don't mean a low cost ghetto, a well planned, well landscaped and well connected communty based around the existing centre?
The new owners wanting to pump a couple hundred million more into Arndale should be a dead give away that it's not an issue, so I don't get why some people continue with the typical fallacies that float around Adelaide that have no basis, like urban legends that nobody remembers how they got started.
They are running their business, under the Armada banner.
They want to increase the value of their investment and turn a bigger profit. That's only gonna happen with an investment in the center it self, a redevelopment and expansion.
I mean, if there was any basis to the theory others are pushing above, why did they build the Churchill Center, which is actually down the road from Arndale? Why did Coles open up another store at St Kilda, again, basically down the road from Arndale which has a much larger Coles already?
Why is Coles and Woolworths in not only Arndale, but West Lakes as well?
There's no logic or basis to the argument.