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A $1.5 billion “village” with a health research centre, thousands of student beds, hotel and retail will be built at Flinders University.
The Advertiser can reveal the university’s masterplan for a major development at the terminus of the Flinders Link rail extension.
It has been devised over several years and can finally become a reality thanks to the rail link and a land deal with the State Government.
The first major project will be a $200 million health research centre to focus on mental health and infectious diseases.Preliminary works on Flinders Village, which will sustain an average of 1000 construction jobs over a decade, will begin next year when the Flinders Station is due to accept its first passengers.
The first major project will be a $200 million health research centre to focus on mental health and infectious diseases.
Construction of that building in 2021-22 will coincide with the first stage of a huge student accommodation project east of University Drive.
It will eventually provide 3000 new beds over a dozen or more buildings for international, regional and interstate students.
This article first appeared on www.adelaidenow.com.au
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