Westfield Sydney and Todd Fancey

Westfield Sydney, formerly Westfield Centrepoint, is an upscale shopping centre operated by Scentre Group and located beneath the Sydney Tower in the Sydney central business district, Australia. It is adjacent to the Westfield Sydney Central Plaza.

Contents 1 History 1.1 2010–2014: redevelopment 2 Buildings, shops, and tenants 3 Gallery 4 References 5 External links

§History

The site of the A$860 million Westfield Sydney redevelopment was once occupied by the Westfield Centrepoint Shopping Centre and the smaller Skygarden and Imperial Arcades. The former Westfield Centrepoint housed over 140 stores and provided skybridge connections to two of Australia's major department stores, Myer and David Jones. There was also a connection to Imperial Arcade which featured the Sydney central business district's Angus & Robertson bookstore. §2010–2014: redevelopment

The three shopping centres are currently undergoing a complete refurbishment.

Stage 3 opened in October 2010 with approximately 130 specialty stores. The new centre fronts three streets, including the Pitt Street Mall, one of the world's most expensive shopping streets by rent; Castlereagh Street, arguably Australia's most exclusive luxury shopping street; and Market Street. §Buildings, shops, and tenants

Westfield Sydney is home to numerous flagship stores. Among the approximately 370 stores currently open are the following: Bottega Veneta: Australia's first Bottega Veneta store; located on level 3 Calvin Klein: located on level 4 Chanel: Sydney's third Chanel store; located on level 4 Christian Louboutin: Australia's first Christian Louboutin store; located on level 3 DKNY Jeans: located on the ground floor Cotton On: located on level 1 Diane von Fürstenberg: Australia's first DvF store; located on level 3 Dotti: located on level 2 Ermenegildo Zegna: the Australian flagship Ermenegildo Zegna store; located on levels 3–4 Escada: located on level 3 Gap: Sydney's first Gap store; located on level 2 Gucci: located on the outside of level 3 Guess: a 2-storey, 576-sq-m flagship; the largest Guess store in the Southern Hemisphere; located on levels 2–3 Harrolds: a 700-sq-m mini-department store JB Hi Fi: located on level 6 Jones the Grocer: located on level 5 Ladurée: located on level 3 Max Mara: located on level 3 Miu Miu: Sydney's first Miu Miu store; located on levels 3–4 Michael Kors: Australia's first Michael Kors store; located on level 4 Mulberry: Australia's first Mulberry store; located on level 3 Nespresso: a 2-storey, 300-sq-m flagship; the largest Nespresso store in the Southern Hemisphere; located on levels 1 and 2 Nike: Australia's largest Nike store; located on level 1 Prada: located on levels 3–4 Salvatore Ferragamo: located on level 3 Sass & Bide: the Australian designer label; located on level 4 Sportsgirl: located on level 2 Supre: located on level 1 Tag Heuer: located on the ground floor Versace: Sydney's only Versace store; located on level 3 Zara: Australia's first Zara store; located on levels 1–3 Zimmermann: located on level 4

In 2013, Magnum established a temporary, promotional pop-up store, allowing to purchase customisable Magnum ice creams for A$7. The store was opened by American designer Whitney Port and will trade for six weeks, between 16 July 2013 to 25 August 2013. §Gallery

Facade of various shops facing Pitt Street Mall

Interior of Westfield Sydney

Main escalators

Cue, GUESS, and Esprit

Jones the Grocer

Prada

Sportsgirl

Zara §

Todd Fancey and Westfield Sydney

Todd George Fancey is a Canadian guitarist, keyboardist, and solo artist. He is most widely known as the guitarist for Vancouver-based indie rock band The New Pornographers and the bassist for the band Limblifter. Fancey is originally from Nova Scotia.

Contents 1 Solo career 2 Television 3 Discography 4 References 5 External links

Solo career

Fancey released his first solo album, Fancey on March Records in 2004 followed by an EP The Magical Summer. Also in 2004, Fancey appeared in the documentary Better Off in Bed with The New Pornographers and The Gay. His second solo album, Schmancey, was released November 13, 2007 on What Are Records?.

In early January 2008, Fancey announced via a Myspace blog post that he had already begun work on another album, due to come out in 2009. In July 2009, Fancey announced via Twitter that album was finished, and that the 1st single from the album, "All My Friends," was released via his site, fancey.org, as well as most digital outlets. A video for "All My Friends" became available in January 2010. Television

In 2008, Fancey participated off screen in an episode of The Office entitled "Dinner Party". He portrayed Hunter (usually portrayed by Nicholas D'Agosto), Jan's administrative assistant who may have lost his virginity to her and wrote a song about it, although the storyline never revealed any evidence of such. The song, called 'That One Night," was co-written by Fancey, Gene Stupnitsky and Lee Eisenberg. The episode was nominated for an Emmy Award.

In the fall of 2010 NBC hired Todd to write a song that was featured on NBC's Prime Time Special. Fancey is currently working on a new solo record to be released sometime in 2011. Fancey was also hired to create music for Caprica, the Battlestar Galactica TV show prequel. Discography Todd Fancey

Solo aka "Fancey" Fancey - 2004 Magical Summer EP - 2005 Schmancey - 2007 "All My Friends" (single) 2009

With the New Pornographers Electric Version - 2003 Twin Cinema - 2005 Challengers - 2007 Together - 2010 Brill Bruisers - 2014
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