Two day hospitals owned and once occupied by retired ‘celebrity’ cosmetic surgeon Daniel Lanzer are for lease.
The biggest property, on 721 square metres at 30-32 Glenferrie Road, Malvern – in the heart of a retail precinct – is expected to fetch $350,000 per annum.
Over two floors, the property contains an operating theatre, consultation suites and offices. There are also 17 car parks.
“Furthermore, a state of the art three-phase power and reticulated scavenge, oxygen, nitrous oxide, high level power backup and multiple suction points are also embedded,” CBRE Healthcare and Social Infrastructure’s Sandro Peluso said.
“With over 65,000 cars passing through the high traffic Glenferrie Rd daily, along with the prominent signage facing options opposite the Malvern Central car park exit, the new operator will receive significant attention from day one,” colleague and co-agent, Kai Wang, added.
“Adding to the locational appeal is the Cabrini Malvern hospital 200 metres away – a 508-bed acute care hospital offering a wide range of services including coronary care, day procedures, day oncology, emergency care, hospital in the home, intensive care, maternity, paediatric care, medical imaging and pathology,” according to the executive.
Sydney-based Mr Lanzer, who maintained a globally popular social media account before quitting the industry in late 2021, paid $2.05 million for the asset 19 years ago.
The property is about a hundred metres from a cinema-converted office at 1 Glenferrie Rd, on the north west corner of Dandenong Rd, which art dealer Rod Menzies acquired to occupy in 2014, outlaying $9.35m (story continues below).
Meanwhile in Salisbury, south of Brisbane, Mr Lanzer is offering 11 Hayling St, which contains 460 sqm on a 713 sqm block.
Like Malvern, it contains a surgical theatre. It also includes a laboratory set up for pathology use.
Agents are targeting GPs, laboratory specialists and allied health businesses; the asset is about three kilometres from the Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital and twice that distance to Greenslopes Private Hospital.
“With the continued rise in construction costs of over 12 per cent in 2022, existing licensed day hospitals where operators can begin seeing patients immediately are receiving significant attention,” Mr Peluso said.
Mr Lanzer paid $3.2m for the asset which previously traded as the Salisbury Day Surgery in early 2020.
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