A four-storey mixed-use development in Gregory Hills has been approved by Camden Council.
The Gregory Hills Health and Business Centre will feature several medical services – including imagery – and restaurant/function centre space.
Cathy Lucre of Dot Commercial, the leasing agents for the site, said the complex will be opened within the next two years.
“Everything will be ready to go at once,” she said.
“We’ve secured a popular cafe franchise and we’re looking to lease the top floor as a restaurant or function centre space.
“Two levels will be mixed medical businesses and allied health.”
Ms Lucre said the top floor would have “pretty good views” to the Blue Mountains.
The development site will be diagonally opposite the planned private hospital at Gregory Hills, on Digitaria Drive.
It will feature two levels of underground parking to cater for 160 vehicles and a further 20 car spaces on ground level.
There will be 32 tenancies and an external courtyard area.
The medical suites and pharmacies will operate seven days, 7am-6pm, the cafe will operate seven days, 7am-11pm and the restaurants will run 6pm-11pm Monday to Friday and 11am-11pm on the weekend.
Ms Lucre expects the centre will be popular beyond Gregory Hills and Gledswood Hills.
“We’re anticipating the wider Campbelltown and Camden area to embrace it,” she said.
“We’ve had interest from some services based in Sydney who are looking to move away.
“There’s lots to attract local people.”
Ms Lucre said the developer was also looking to include barbecue areas for staff.
The project is estimated to be worth more than $11 million.