Lot Fourteen

Lot Fourteen, the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site, has arrived and is all about the world’s fastest growing industries such as artificial intelligence, cyber security, smart sensor networks, robotics, big data, defence and space technologies and media and creative industries.
 

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The Plan

Adelaide's creation and innovation neighbourhood

Redevelopment

Demolition and redevelopment of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site began in November 2017.

Join our neighbourhood

Our Vision is for a vibrant new neighbourhood allowing for leading-edge anchor institutions and companies to connect with business start-ups, incubators and accelerators to launch their ideas and inventions across global markets.

We are in the process of planning the best ways to activate the following buildings to continue bringing people into the neighbourhood.

  • Small tenancy opportunities are on offer to creatives, small businesses and start-ups in the Bice Building.
  • The Eleanor Harrald Building has a 200-seat lecture theatre with additional training rooms that are available to rent for business, entrepreneurs, conferences and training seminars.
  • Built in 1911, the Margaret Graham Building served as the former nurses living quarters, but is also available for adaptive reuse opportunities.

To discuss joining the growing group of entrepreneurs relocating to the neighbourhood, please contact Colliers International on (08) 8305 888 for any leasing enquiries. Start-ups, please contact the Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur on (08) 8429 3544.

We are always interested to talking to people with ideas for pop-up and temporary activations and ideas. If this is you please email the Place Team or call (08) 8207 1300.

More information on joining our neighbourhood can be found on the Renewal SA website.

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