The popular Sinnamon Park Village Shop lost its convenience store tenants three years ago after nearly 20 years of operation. This October, new tenants have taken over the site by opening its aptly named establishment, The Convenience@Sinnamon Park.
The shopping centre’s owners, Col and Kay Bennett, waited for the right tenant to lease the vacant site. It didn’t matter that it took three years amidst a slew of interests, including a cheesecake shop owner and an animal clinic. The Bennetts knew that what the community needed was a convenience store.
The Convenience@Sinnamon Park owners, Gee and Sarita Nayyar, are new to this business but they have big plans of delivering “old fashioned” convenience store service to the locals.
For starters, their store regularly offers free and fresh homemade goodies, as well as a Happy Hour for discounted deals. They also plan to have free-tasting specials.
The Nayyars said that they will to listen and respond to the shoppers’ suggestions so that they can deliver high-quality retail experience.
The Convenience@Sinnamon Park hopes to be a traditional Aussie convenience store, where the choices are varied and multicultural. From time to time, however, the Nayyars will be changing up its food list with a mix of fresh, homecooked Indian dishes and favourite Australian meals.
Open seven days a week from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., The Convenience@Sinnamon Park is at 1B/58 Oldfield Road.