ROBINA PROFESSIONAL CENTRE GETS $2 MILLLION UPGRADE

ROBINA PROFESSIONAL CENTRE GETS $2 MILLLION UPGRADE
ROBINA Group has commenced a $2 million refurbishment of the Robina Professional Centre, after purchasing the vacant three-level commercial building late last year.

Woollam Constructions has been appointed to undertake the revamp and extension of the centre, at 36 Laver Drive in CBDRobina.

Demolition of the former interior fit-out has already begun, with the project on track to be completed by early March.

The refurbishment will provide 2,138sqm of net lettable area, with offices available from 152sqm to full floors, 64 onsite carparks and highly exposed signage opportunities. Space is available from $350/sqm through Marcus Ward at Robina Marketing Australia.

Enterprise grade, high-speed fibre optic internet has been connected to the building and is now available to each space.

Robina Group General Manager Hylton Slater says there has been strong interest from businesses for the address, which has approval for office, medical and educational uses.

"We have been receiving a lot of enquiry due to the prime location, affordable high speed internet connectivity, and the high quality and flexibility of the spaces," he says.

"In particular, there has been strong interest from those in the medical and health sectors, on the back of the significant investment by major health groups in Robina.

"This includes the opening of the new $24 million Robina Private Hospital, which complements the existing public hospital, and a $64 million investment across multiple sites by Australian Unity Healthcare
Property Trust (HPT)."

Slater says the proximity to Robina Town Centre, Robina's train station and transport hub and the Pacific Motorway added to the appeal.

"The ease of accessibility and high level of conveniences in easy reach for both staff and customers ticks the boxes for business owners," he says.

"The high level of blue-chip companies, government departments and entrepreneurial businesses based in Robina has led to high absorption rates and a low office vacancy rate of just 5.6 per cent, so businesses are keen to act fast."

Woollam Constructions' Gold Coast business manager, Mark Russell, says more than 40 workers were on site at Robina Professional Centre completing the major refurbishment and extension.

"The interior demolition work is well underway, paving the way for the new fit-out to commence," he said.

"At the same time, we are starting work on the street level extension, which will add an additional 460sqm of office space, and we will be modernising the exterior facade."

Offices at Robina Professional Centre are available for lease from $350/sqm net per annum through leasing agent, Marcus Weld of Robina Marketing Australia.

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