Inside of Myer Dandenong store soon in advance of the store closing in October 2013. Dandenong Plaza has terminated the store’s lease early to change the room to Aldi, JB-Hello-Fi, Trades Solution and Daiso.
The store opened on November 4, 1974 as a four level store but was shrunk to 3 stages with a renovation all around 1994 to coincide with the opening of Dandenong Plaza in 1995. Target now occupies the former ground floor.
Myer originally owned the setting up but have leased it because all around 1989 – as was the case with other outlets in Melbourne.
Furniture division on level 3 on the lookout down to bedding and bed linen. The furniture division below had been slender for some time and sold generally clearance inventory. Prior to the 1994 renovation it was also the furniture and home furnishing departments on level 4.
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