Introducing the UTS Central Food Court
- UTS Central will be home to a dedicated food court when it opens in mid-2019
- Staff, students and visitors will have access to nine different outlets, including a café/restaurant opening on to Alumni Green and a coffee hub at the Library
- Take a 3D animated tour through the space via the video below
The 17-storey UTS Central has plenty on the menu when it comes to new facilities and spaces. From a 270-seat Super Lab to a new UTS Library with an impressive triple-height atrium Library Reading Room, there is a lot to be excited about.
But there’s one new space in particular that’s whetting appetites across campus.
A dedicated food court with eight distinct outlets will give UTS staff and students on-campus access to a whole range of new eating options. Located on level 3, with direct access from Alumni Green, the precinct will offer an array of cuisines with authentic, affordable and healthy food options. Plus there'll be an additional coffee hub outside the library entrance on level 7.
Check out this video for a quick tour through the food court space:
A 3D animated fly through of the new UTS Central food court
The food court will be on level three, just down from the Broadway entrance
A big indoor seating area will have spaces to eat, study and hang out
There will be nine different outlets, with food styles confirmed early 2019
The food court will have entrances from Alumni Green and Building 1
A restaurant/café will open to a terrace with outdoor seating
The UTS Central food court... opening in mind 2019
Most of the outlets will be housed within a vibrant indoor food court filled with tables and chairs. There will also be a café/restaurant that opens on to an outdoor terrace on Alumni Green with additional seating.
The UTS Central project team understand that students studying in the library might need a quick caffeine fix, so an additional coffee hub will be located on level 7, outside the library entrance.
Operators for each of the outlets will be confirmed over coming months and we’ll be able to share more information about exactly what’s on the menu early next year.
Submissions to help us name the food court have now closed.