Broome’s community health centre building comes onto market

Broome’s community health centre building comes onto market
Staff ReporterDecember 7, 2020

A community health centre building, in the Cable Beach precinct of Broome, has come onto the market.  

Located at 67 Dakas Street, the property covers 3555 square metres of space.

It currently has a 586 square metre office/medical centre that is leased to the State Government through the Minister for Health.

Knight Frank senior director Tony Delich, who has listed the property, said the holding was currently occupied by Broome’s highly regarded Community Health and Child Health Clinic on a four year lease with options.

He said it provided a strong cash flow in excess of $300,000 per annum with fixed rent reviews.

“This is a great asset with both capital growth potential and the opportunity to further develop the site,” Delich said.

First National’s Allan Griffiths said the existing office improvements were constructed Broome-style, being a steel frame with colorbond custom orb cladding and roof sheeting with a concrete raft floor.

The property will be sold by offers to purchase, closing on November 6, 2019.

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