Retailer in Focus
Retailer in Focus – My Style Cuts
“We want to be a real part of the Greenway community and employing local people is one of our priorities,” says Senior Stylist and owner Dani Zahr.
When Dani Zahr opens the door of My Style Cuts in Greenway Village he’s sure of a friendly welcome.
“I’ve had a salon in St Marys for the past four years, and have worked in and around Penrith for more than 15,” he said. “I have a really solid client base – including a lot from the Rooty Hill area – who can’t wait for me to have a salon closer to them.”
And it isn’t just Dani’s loyal followers who’ll benefit from his new store in Greenway Village.
With Greenway’s vibrant community growing by the day, and 17,000 people anticipated to be working “just across the road”, Dani’s scissors are destined to get a good workout.
My Style Cuts caters for men, women and children and offer an extensive range of Keune products.
“We’re known for our great service and we can’t wait to extend that service to the new community at Greenway,” Dani said.June 1, 2017
Retailer in Focus – Greenway News
“I have friends in Greenway. They’ve told me the community can’t wait to have its own shopping centre, and we’re looking forward to being part of it,” says Preet Aulakh from Greenway News.
Preet Aulakh has only been in the newsagent trade for around 18 months but, together with her husband Gary Singh and father Harjeet Aulakh, she already owns and runs three businesses in Sydney’s north west.
When you ask Preet why she became a newsagent her answer is quick. “I love stationery!”. So, it’s no surprise that Greenway News will offer more than the usual range of pens, pencils and notepads.
“We’ll offer the standard supplies, along with magazines, greeting cards and a lottery service, but we’ll also have a line of unique and colourful stationery for people who, like me, want something a little different,” she said.
Preet said the business will also sell items like printer inks and toners at a competitive price and will order in specialty items for their customers.June 1, 2017
Retailer in Focus – Choice Pharmacy
“A pharmacy is a vital ingredient in any community. We don’t just provide a range of products, we offer free advice and, with growing pressure on GP’s and casualty departments, our role is expanding all the time,” says Pharmacist Hasan Moutasellem.
“We’re passionate about what we do and believe in forming close bonds with the communities we work in,” he said. “It was really great to know that we’re making those connections.”
Hasan owns and runs several other Choice Pharmacies around the state, but is looking forward to spending time in store at Greenway Village.
“We’re also looking forward to employing locals as we know this is a great way to be a real part of a place,” he said.
Choice Pharmacy offers a full range of medications, natural remedies, health and beauty products and unique gifts. They also offer free health checks, including for cholesterol and diabetes.June 1, 2017
Retailer in Focus – Urban Land Housing
“We’ve been working in and around this area for six years now, My team and I know just how excited the community is about Greenway Village,” says Urban Land Housing Principal, Chris Lowry.
Urban Land Housing is a name you can trust in real estate. With a 25-year history, the business has an established reputation in the Hunter, the Southern Highlands, the Wollongong region and right across western Sydney.
Urban Land Housing services include residential sales, project sales, property management, settlement support, site acquisition, feasibility and finance.
Chris and his team look forward to being part of Greenway Village.
“A fresh, new centre, like this, is a key element for any new community – it’s more than a shopping centre. It’s a place to relax, to meet up with friends and to make new connections.”June 1, 2017
Retailer in Focus – Three Beans Cafe
With its corner position and great design, Greenway Villages’s Three Beans Cafe is an inviting spot for breakfast, lunch with friends or a quick coffee any time of day.
Owner Rajesh Minochas said the philosophy at Three Beans – healthy and ethically produced food and the creation of community – is something that resonates with him and his customers.
“Our coffee blend is made from organic Rainforest Alliance beans and our food is made using free-range eggs, chicken and pork from RSPCA approved suppliers,” he said.
The menu caters for vegetarians and vegans and, as you’d expect from a Three Beans Cafe, the coffee is great and the food delicious!May 8, 2017