Why Proximity Health On Wren Street?
Favourable growth, ageing demographics and heightened demand for
healthcare services -oncology, orthopaedics, maternity care, and other
areas - underpins a massive government-backed spending program to support the state's healthcare needs. RBWH has benefitted from Queensland's increased healthcare spending ($17 bn in 2018, up 8.4%), including the recently launched $1.1 bn Herston Quarter project which will deliver a new 132-bed health facility directly to the Hospital precinct. Still, vacancy rates for medical offices have continued to decline to just 0.45% in the area. The demand for medical real estate assets is further demonstrated by the nationwide decline
in healthcare property yields from 8.4% in 2013 to approximately 6% currently.
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