TOOWOOMBA, Australia — The group behind a $600 million redevelopment project hopes to build a carwash at the top of the Grand Central center, according to The Chronicle.

Shaine Beveridge, Grand Central center manager, confirmed that the Toowoomba Regional Council received a development application to construct a carwash facility within an existing car park at the center, stated the article.

“The application submitted to [the] Council proposes to establish a rooftop carwash adjacent to the Clifford [Street] car park entry,” said Beveridge in the article. “The proposed washing facilities will occupy a small area and will feature an open-air washing and detailing area and a small number of bays designated for carwash customers.”

He continued in the article, “Many [centers] across [Australia] provide carwashing [services] while their customers visit, and this proposal seeks to further reinforce Grand Central’s position as Toowoomba’s unrivalled retail, leisure and entertainment destination.”

Beveridge also reported that construction for the Grand Central redevelopment is progressing smoothly, noted the article, and all work for the Gardentown site will stop for the upcoming holidays and resume in early 2016.

You can read the article here.