Australia's most significant new medical precinct gets underway

Staff reporterAugust 24, 20200 min read

Queensland’s Logan is set to become to the largest suburban-based medical precinct in the country as development for the new Southwest Medical Precinct commences.

Spearheaded by the Horwell family, the centre will become a hub for regional connections and community activities.

“There is a reason the Southwest Medical complex is already being coined a key component of the broader  ‘medtropolis’ – this centre is going to thrive and become a bustling centre for a broad range of health, wellness and other related products and services,” Benjamin Horwell said.

Designed by Cottee Parker Architects, the centre will be modern and fresh with an abundance of free parking.

The development builds on Logan City Council's vision within the Meadowbrook Master Plan, to be a Health and Knowledge Precinct for the city.

The complex, due for completion in late 2021, has secured a significant tenancy from the University of Queensland’s UQ Health Care.

Securing a 725 sqm ground floor tenancy, the leading research organisation will provide an extensive range of health services and offer training opportunities to the next generation of doctors and nurses.

UQ Health Care will bring over 100,000 people to the centre every year.

Sites and leases are currently available in the centre and opportunities are available for retail and complementary medical providers and specialists from 68m2 to 1,000m2

Located 200m from Logan Hospital and just minutes from the Logan motorway, the centre will offer its tenants and customers unrivalled exposure and convenience.

Staff reporter

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