northern beaches frenchs forest location view to sydney

Construction is set to start late 2020 with completion shortly thereafter.

Ground: 40sqm
Level 1: 488sqm
Level 2: 488sqm
Level 3: 488sqm
Level 4: 488sqm

Walk door to door to the new $2.4b Northern Beaches Hospital in under 10 minutes – less than any other comparable space for lease, or drive in less than 2 minutes

Location

Northern Beaches Health Hub offers the opportunity to relocate to a brand-new world class medical centre located in the emerging medical precinct of Frenchs Forest. The location provides easy access to City, Chatswood, the Northern Beaches and the amenities of Frenchs Forest.

North Beaches Hospital (opened October 2018) and major arterial road upgrade, a State Government infrastructure investment of over A$2.4b. The new hospital provides 488 beds over nine stories serving both private and public patients, operated by Healthscope. Notwithstanding this new facility, studies show that unmet northern beaches medical service demand remains.The Northern Beaches Health Hub is located only minutes from the new Hospital. It enjoys direct pedestrian access for both patients and professionals. Road travel benefits from the new opening of Wakehurst Parkway and Aquatic Drive.
northern beaches health hub hospital bed view to frenchs forest
northern beaches hospital frenchs forest location

Walk door to door to the new $2.4b Northern Beaches Hospital in under 10 minutes - less than any other comparable space for lease, or drive in less than 2 minutes.

This Northern Beaches medical precinct has also undergone major road investment in the major arterial Warringah Road as well as the immediate surrounding connecting road of Frenchs Forest Road, Aquatic Drive and Wakehurst Parkway. Public transport connects to the City, Manly, Chatswood, Mosman and Dee Why.

Demographics – The Northern Beaches council area has a population of 237,640 as of 2010. By 2031 the population in this region is forecast to grow to over 310,000*. The area’s population is ageing with over 25% of the population forecast to be aged 60 or older by 2031*. 2016 census income reveals median household income to be 25% higher than that of the total greater Sydney area**.

* Greater Sydney Commission
** Aust Bureau Statistics