Ashmore City Medical centre set for relocation

Ashmore City Medical centre set for relocation
Ashmore City Medical centre set for relocation

Ashmore City Medical Centre, has taken up a new lease in an Ashmore City space undergoing a multimillion-dollar makeover.

The medical centre has taken a 10-year lease on the space and it is moving into the tenancy formerly occupied by Chempro. 

Angelo Efstathis, the managing director of centre manager First Asset Management, said the move was aimed at reactivating the middle of the centre and further improve customer convenience. 

Ashmore City Medical Centre is planning a $350,000 fit-out for the new premises, which comes on the heels of the $2.5 million upgrade currently under way by the centre owner and a $750,000 refurbishment by ANZ Bank.

Ashmore City Medical Centre is expected to start operating from its new location in early October. 

As part of the Ashmore City masterplan, the existing medical centre building will be converted into a professional services centre to complement established tenancies. 

Meanwhile, the $2.5 million upgrade currently under way at Ashmore City is expected to be completed well before Christmas. 

The capital works include a complete exterior facelift, as well as improved amenities including a new parents’ room and upgraded accessible amenities for shoppers. 

Ashmore City has 40 tenancies and is anchored by Drakes Supermarket, Chempro, Stacks Variety, Liquorland and Australia Post.

It is also home to five major banks, including ANZ, Commonwealth Bank, NAB, Westpac and Bank of Queensland.

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