Inspired by community integrated health centres in the UK. The Health Commons Richlands aims to transform the local community by providing a comprehensive neighbourhood hub with medical, health, Specialist Disability Accommodation, respite care accommodation and wellbeing facilities.
The hub will be spread over 13,300m2 and have a value of over $110M upon completion. With specialist tenants and a community feel, this health hub will be a jewel in the suburb of Richlands, Brisbane. The precinct will house many specialists ranging for GP’s, pharmacy, radiology, physiotherapy, psychology, optometry, allied health with a hydrotherapy pool and 40 apartments designed for NDIS participants plus people in need of respite care.
The Health Common has attracted a lot of attention from tenants, funders, politicians and buyers of a completed asset. They are partnering with a listed REIT to fund the construction and acquire the asset, securing an exit for investors.
The opportunity for investors is to participate in the early-stage capital for a financial and social ROI.
EDFA can place up to $10M into the project. Time is short and the opportunity is exclusive.
About Ethical Development Fund Australia
Ethical Development Fund Australia is an investment manager in the ethical and impact sector. Our mission is to invest and fund projects that have a significant financial and social return on investment. We seek to generate positive outcomes for people, communities, environments and investors.
Capital raised will be invested into medical and allied health projects, disability housing, key worker housing, renewable energy. Projects that can demonstrate an ethical overlay or social impact allow us to broaden the scope of the fund into areas such as fintech, data storage, water, hydrogen, agriculture.
We have an incredible pipeline of projects that will pay social dividends and allow the Ethical Development Fund Australia to be a leader in certain fields, maintaining a capital with purpose mantra.