Westfield Sydney, you're most welcome for coming into our lives. Even though I was not living in Sydney at the time, however, it was interesting to discover that Westfield Sydney had merged with Sydney Central Plaza, Centrepoint, Skygarden and the Imperial Arcade. The fit out for Centrepoint is similar to what it was in the past, yet with more elegance. While construction was going on to create Westfield Sydney prior to this elegant shopping space opening in December 2010; Pitt Street Mall was essentially a ghost town. No Christmas decorations were put up during this time. Simultaneously, neighbouring Mid City Centre was undergoing renovations.
Great cafes here too
The birth happened. The opening of Zara in this cool shopping space brought Pitt Street Mall back to life back in December 2010, in time for Christmas that year.
Beautifully decorated, despite the bright lights.
This is six floors of luxe. On level 6 you will find a JB Hi Fi, as well as the most spacious and cosiest Max Brenner chocolate cafe. Chat Thai is also located up here.
Things get busier on level 5 thanks to an elegant food court space called Food on Five. A fitness centre is also located here, as well as a popular Japanese restaurant. Justin North's Becasse is home on this floor too, as well as a quirky lolly store and the first ever pay by weight fro-yo establishment to open in the city. Jones the Grocer now lives on this floor as well.
At Food on Five
Level 4 is fashion paradise. Westfield Sydney is home to many fashion designers. Find an elegant tea house that hosts style workshops, and some top fashion stores call it home here.
Level 3 (Castlereagh Street level) is home to some top fashion designers. Think Versace and Prada. This floor is dedicated to those that have plenty of cash to spend.
A popular sweet treats hot spot at Food on Five
Level 2 is down to earth, and is the main Pitt Street Level. Access to both the Elizabeth and Market Street entrances of David Jones is located here. Retailers such as Peter Alexander and Swarovski can be discovered here. A popular beauty salon, dentist and travel agency are also on this floor.
Level 1 is the lowest level inside this shopping centre. This is the urban space that is home to a Boost Juice bar, among many other quirky stores. A travel agency that is known to bring African Safaris and other unconventional adventures to life is also available on this floor.
The main level
The concierge service is excellent, and this is one enjoyable shopping space. On weekends, naturally this place gets busy from lunch time onwards. The first ever Magnum pop up store was also here during July and August 2013.