Oceanside’s Health Hub is one of the largest development projects to occur within Australia over the next 10 to 15 years*, yet it’s one element of an even larger community. *(Urbis, 2012)

The Oceanside Health Hub and Sunshine Coast Health Campus is Australia’s single largest investment in health infrastructure. The Health Hub is a 17 hectare, purpose-built precinct carefully planned to accommodate a broad range of complementary business uses.

Immediate neighbours include the Sunshine Coast University Private Hospital (SCUPH), and the Sunshine Coast University Hospital (SCUH), which incorporates the Sunshine Coast Health Institute (SCHI).

Oceanside’s Health Hub is intended to be a magnet for new ideas and innovation; a place where entrepreneurs and established knowledge-economy firms can grow in a coastal setting with access to the newest technology and the creative fusion born of working alongside some of the best and brightest in the business. 

Here, people can cycle or walk to work along waterside pathways. Shops and allied commercial businesses will attract high-income customers. So too will education, accommodation and support service providers.

Oceanside’s Health Hub and the Sunshine Coast Health Campus is a multi-billion dollar precinct that has the potential to fill gaps in the regional economy, create thousands of new jobs, and offer astonishing commercial opportunities never before seen on the Sunshine Coast.

Potential occupiers and developers have an opportunity to become part of the Oceanside Health Hub. There has never been a project like it, nor is there any similar integrated, ground-up health project on the horizon in Queensland. For interested parties, the time to act is now.

Oceanside Health Hub is offering opportunities to invest in sites for medical and allied health services and research. Opportunities to invest include:

  • · Leasing purpose-designed premises
  • · Purchasing strata-titled premises
  • · Securing a site to develop a custom-designed building

*Source: Urbis Pty Ltd, 2012

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