An incredible farm-food inspired eatery is almost ready to grace Sydney’s Lower North Shore, with doors opening next Friday.
Following $7 million worth of investment by Fortius Funds, Acre Artarmon is set to tingle the tastebuds of diners by offering a unique culinary experience which includes tours, demonstrations and tastings.
The food and beverage oasis, located at the Home HQ Centre, is made up of a variety of eating and drinking venues and CEO, Sam Sproats, believes the dining experience will definitely bring some different to the table.
“We’re very pleased to deliver this multi-million-dollar investment with such energetic, innovative and inspiring retail partners”, he said.
With a limited number of good quality dining options on the Lower North Shore and significant demand from a thriving business district, acre Artarmon is a brilliant fit.Fortius Funds CEO – Sam Sproats
With two other successful acre sites currently operating across Australia, Mr Sproats has no doubt that the new store will be a hit with the locals.
Acre Artarmon is an innovative F&B operator, committed to partnering with local producers to create unique destination venues.Fortius Funds CEO – Sam Sproats
“The acre team have a number of notable and established restaurant precincts including acre Camperdown and acre Burwood in Melbourne”, says Mr Sproats.
Acre Artarmon, at 1 Frederick Street, consists of a restaurant bar, café bakery and an event space set within a sprawling indoor and outdoor garden where fresh produce will be grown on site.
Sarah Womack, CBRE Retail Property Management’s Centre Manager for Home HQ Artarmon, said: “Whilst Home HQ Artarmon already performs strongly, the addition of acre Artarmon will be a game-changer for the centre and local Lower North Shore area which, until now, has been lacking food and beverage opportunities of this calibre.”