4Cyte Pathology gets keys to ex-Dandenong family clinic three days after inquiring to lease it

The 176 square metre medical centre is licensed for two practitioners.

Three days after 4Cyte Pathology inquired to rent a recently vacated medical centre in Dandenong, it had signed a lease agreement and received the keys.

Facey Commercial’s Ian Kilgour said the occupier needed more space, urgently.

Its new premises at 154 Cleeland Street was until recently occupied as Casey Family Clinic.

On a 586 square metre corner site with nine car spaces, it includes a single storey building with 176 sqm of area configured with a reception area, waiting and procedure room, two treatment suites and consulting zones.

Licensed for two practitioners, the property is 200 metres from Monash Health and half a kilometre from Dandenong Hospital.

The Monash and Princes freeways, both which connect the precinct to the Melbourne CBD and regional towns, are also close to 154 Cleeland Street.

Dandenong, a major activity centre for decades marketed as “Melbourne’s second city” is about 29 from south east of the city.

Mr Kilgour said it was the first time the ex-Casey Family Clinic property was available for occupation.

The short campaign was co-managed with colleague Adam Martin.

The facility includes a kitchenette off a reception area and several suites, some with sinks.
The site (highlighted) is near Monash Health and Dandenong Hospital.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and print journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.