Editorial- Proposed Medical Centre Development, Liverpool

Well located proposed medical centre for lease – a new property development in Liverpool.

373 Hume Highway Liverpool NSW

The proposed medical development is prominently located on the Hume Highway and not far from Liverpool Hospital (approx 3.7km). A long established pharmaceutical business located on the ground floor compliments the facility and 9 on-site parking bays are provided however street parking is also available.

There are suites available for individual lease – or the premises could be leased in its entirety.
Tenancies can range in size from 140 m2 to 329 m2 with each tenancy to include floor coverings, ducted air-conditioning and lighting, subject to agreed terms.

A medical centre development of this size and location offers the opportunity to establish a practice without the outlay of purchasing the building and other associated costs. The option of being able to have the suites purpose built to service specific needs is an attractive incentive when considering leasing the premises.

The location will benefit from the proposed Liverpool Health and Education precinct and that area is earmarked for growth and development according to Liverpool City Council. Some key points are highlighted below:

Liverpool Hospital is the lead hospital servicing the population of the South- Western Sydney Local Health District. By 2021 this population is expected to grow to 850,000 averaging an increase of 18,000 people per annum.4 Within this region Liverpool accounts for more than 180,000 people and the population is growing rapidly showing an 8 per cent increase in the five years between 2006 – 2011 with growth rates exceeding that of the Greater Sydney region (6 per cent) and NSW ***

Future Directions – Liverpool Hospital, together with the Ingham Institute is a powerful component of the NSW Health sector and is committed to being at the forefront of the nation’s advancement in research and clinical health care in decades to come. It services a population that is larger than that of many Australian capital cities and it will undoubtedly continue to contribute to the local economy through skilled employment, investment and industry development. Given the unique combination of medical, scientific and educational expertise within its CBD, Liverpool City Council is now driving a major new initiative to extend the economic footprint of these exceptional institutions. Working in partnership with the NSW Government, Liverpool Hospital and the Ingham Institute, the council is planning the creation of the Liverpool Health and Education Precinct. The project is currently in early stages of development.***

Other Economic Opportunities: The Liverpool Health and Education Precinct project which is driven by Liverpool City Council is expected to generate other economic opportunities including medical tourism, growth in business services and business events (specifically associated with the health sector) and residential and commercial construction.***

If you would like to know more about this opportunity contact the Leasing Agent:

Bruce Schell – 0417 259 261
Schell Stevens Commercial

Suite 2/26 Castlereagh St
Liverpool NSW 2170

*** Source : Liverpool City Council – Case Study: Liverpool Hospital – a Key Catalyst for Growth in NSW’s Health Industry