Centro Place has become a focal point for Subi Centro and is characterised by a relatively intimate, village like atmosphere with a strong community orientation. Bordered by Darbon Crescent, Metters Lane, Roberts Road and Carter Lane, Centro Place caters for a mix of uses, with an extensive suite of commercial and retail business.
The housing has been designed and built to complement the history, culture and feel of the area, and includes a range of styles and sizes including two storey homes with high pitched roofs, and verandahs and balconies to enable “eyes on the street” and foster community interaction.
The area also includes a number of pocket parks linking the development with the natural environment and provide key focal and rest points for residents and visitors. The high-quality landscaping and street furniture used throughout the Subi Centro redevelopment, as well as the public art works and references to heritage, help create comfortable public spaces where people are drawn to stop and relax.