Development activity in the suburbs is limited. The most significant project is at Victoria Quay in Fremantle. A new 16,000sq.m office development is proposed in conjunction with 12,000sq.m of retail space. The first stage of the project (3,500sq.m) is due for completion in 2005. A small 2,500sq.m building is also proposed at Belmont on the corner of Cleaver Terrace & Belmont Avenue.
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Development sites are disappearing in West Perth, particularly along Kings Park Road. In West Perth, the new RACWA headquarters (10,000sq.m) has commenced at 840 Wellington Street. A small 2,000sq.m suite building at 38 Colin Street is nearing completion.
The majority of development in the fringe is occurring at Subic. This locale has been re-invigorated as a cosmopolitan commercial/retail centre following the success of the Subic Central project. A new 6,000sq.m development for CSC has just been completed on the corner of Hay & Roberts Street, and a new 6,000sq.m building for News Limited is proposed on the Futures site.