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Medical centres are what the doctor ordered for Ipswich

59 East Street.

MEDICAL practitioners and consultants are being offered dual opportunities to seal leases in the growing city of Ipswich, as redevelopment and construction opens a myriad of options.

The Ipswich CBD Health Centre, historically used as the Ipswich courthouse, will have an extensive refurbishment undertaken at 59 East Street.

Just seven minutes* from the Ipswich CBD is 442 Warwick Road in Yamanto, where stage one of construction is complete, and stage two is now in planning.

The two  assets are being marketed and leased by Ray White Commercial Queensland father and son duo Stephen and Elliot Kidd.

442 Warwick Road.

“Both these sites offer fantastic opportunities for medical practitioners and consultants to take advantage of the ever-growing city of Ipswich with a 2018 population of 214,000 residents and a massive growth rate in excess of three per cent p.a.” said Mr Stephen Kidd.

“Buyer demand for medical assets remains strong with 5-10 year leases backed by national companies considered  strong covenants and very popular with both investors and financiers.

“We’ve seen sales ranging between 5.5 per cent and 6.5 per cent net – especially in South East Queensland for these sorts of assets.

“Tenants are in expansion mode driven by government subsidies, an ageing population and international visitors coming to Australia for our high quality of care and accountability.”

59 East Street.

“442 Warwick Road in Yamanto is a successful and established retail destination seven minutes* from Ipswich CBD. The property adjoins the Amberley State School and currently comprises a Hungry Jacks, KFC and 500sq m* of commercial building,” Mr Elliot Kidd said.

“The landlord plans to extend the 500sq m* building upto 1500sq m* to utilize the current DA. Leasing opportunities between 100sq m* and 1500sq m* gross floor area are available at indicative rates of $450psqm to $550psqm.

“Just 40 minutes* west of Brisbane, 442 Warwick Road is part of the Yamanto secondary Business Centre which will eventually  include a new town centre and a substantial homemakers centre, directly opposite the subject property.

“The opposite site is mooted to be under consideration by one of the new supermarket chains heading to Australia.

442 Warwick Road.

“The property enjoys a high-profile location on Warwick Road, which is the major road connecting Ipswich CBD to the Cunningham Highway, one of the main routes connecting Brisbane with Toowoomba.

“59 East Street is an iconic building in the heart of growing Ipswich. Previously used as the Ipswich courthouse, the new owners intend to carry out an extensive refurbishment to transform and expand the building into a modern health facility.

“Leasing opportunities available range between 100sq m* and 7,400sq m* across three levels at indicative rates of $350psqm to $450psqm.

“It’s in the heart of Ipswich CBD, surrounded by several major medical, government and retail buildings. These include the Hayden Humanities Centre, Coles Supermarket, Officeworks, Ipswich Library, Centrelink and the Ipswich Public Hospital.”

*Approximately.

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