Bio Hub Adelaide


Medical, Mixed use development

Building Area:
3.6 hectare master-planned urban regeneration project
March 2021
$350 million

We are proud to announce the next chapter for the Southern Hemisphere’s largest bio medical precinct, Bio Hub Adelaide.

The 3.6 hectare master-planned urban regeneration project will transform the old Coca-Cola bottling plant into a state-of-the-art facility, and cement Adelaide’s status as Australia’s bio med capital.

Joining over $5.7 billion worth of world-class health facilities, the $350 million project will create essential jobs and infrastructure at a time when investment in the medical industry is critical, establishing an economic backbone for South Australia for generations to come.

With unparalleled connectivity, the extension of the existing bio med precinct is primely positioned adjacent to the new Royal Adelaide Hospital and South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), with direct links to free tram services and the parklands.

Three modern towers featuring flexible open plan tenancies across eight levels, will be serviced by a multi-storey 800 space car park, vibrant plaza spaces, and ground-level retail and cafes. While a three-storey medium density residence along with 20-30 townhouses, and a six-storey hotel and medi-stay facility with 80-100+ rooms will offer contemporary and convenient living options.

With a strong focus on design, Bio Hub will fulfill specific needs of the tenants and create long term tenancy periods with the ability for continued growth.

A truly desirable location, Bio Hub Adelaide is just three minutes to the heart of the CBD via free tram services, 1.3 kilometres to the North-South Motorway and sits directly adjacent to River Torrens Linear Park bike paths and parklands – offering rapid access to the entire Adelaide region.