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People gathered, both sitting and standing, in the Lot Fourteen Chapel.

Renewal SA is seeking expressions of interest from individuals or businesses looking for a short-term opportunity to develop an existing business or test a new model at the Chapel.

This genuinely retro space features parquetry floors, big windows, a raised stage and about 200 square metres in the main area plus a balcony overlooking the Chapel Lawns, a kitchenette and smaller rooms, making it ideal for food and drink events, workshops and cocktail functions.

The Chapel is in the heart of the booming Lot Fourteen innovation neighbourhood, which has 400 tenants and more than 100 contractors working on demolition, refurbishment and landscaping but no ongoing food and beverage providers on site.

Lot Fourteen is all about nurturing talent and driving jobs in some of the world’s fastest growing industries like defence and space, artificial intelligence and machine learning, cybersecurity and blockchain; and immersive and creative industries.

Renewal SA Acting Chief Executive Mark Devine said expressions of interest were being sought from individuals or businesses looking for a short-term opportunity to develop an existing business or test a new model.

“This unique opportunity will give an operator the chance to trial a contemporary and creative pop-up enterprise, while servicing the demands of Lot Fourteen’s existing and future tenants, contractors and visitors over the next six months.” – Mark Devine, Acting Chief Executive, Renewal SA.

Lot Fourteen aims to service the immediate needs of tenants on site and to complement existing businesses and organisations in the area, including the newly opened Adelaide Botanic High School and neighbouring university campuses as part of the wider East End.

Pop-up coffee vendors have been servicing the site in recent months and are popular with tenants, contractors and visitors but there are no ongoing arrangements.

Lot Fourteen is nestled amongst the cultural treasures of North Terrace on the seven hectare site formerly occupied by the former Royal Adelaide Hospital.

Lot Fourteen aims to drive businesses and jobs in some of the world’s fastest growing industries like artificial intelligence, cyber security, defence and space technologies, media and creative industries.

The neighbourhood is bringing together members of the entrepreneurial ecosystem including start-ups, mentors, corporations, researchers and investors with creatives to share spaces, experiences and talent.

Expression of interest submissions must be lodged by 2.00 pm, Friday 8 March 2019.

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