The suburb located 56 kilometres south-west of Sydney’s CBD owes its name to an early settler Thomas Rose, who bought a farm in 1818 covering most parts of modern-day Rosemeadow. Rose was a baker and a farmer. He also built a mill on his property and a couple of large dams, which helped his neighbourhood survive the drought of 1829.
Today, new families are moving into the area as it is fast becoming Sydney’s new development and growth area. And yet reminisce of this close-knit humble community remains strongly connected.
The convenience based shopping centre is not boastful in extravagance, but it is a trusted place to complete all your daily errands. A single-level shopping centre with a total gross leasable area of 6,360 square-metres of floor space, 21 specialty tenancies, a major supermarket, and a growing population surrounded by local schools, this neighbourhood hub with its romantic name is sure to grow.
Enquire about available leasing opportunities. We would love to hear from you.
Norman Jocson, Retail Leasing Executive
Phone: 02 9160 6509
Mobile: 0420 688 868