Lot Fourteen

Lot Fourteen, on the site of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site, is being transformed into Australia’s first creation and innovation neighbourhood, where thousands of people will work and stay.

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Vision

We are creating a new neighbourhood on the site of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital, now known as Lot Fourteen.

Located amongst the cultural treasures of North Terrace and covering approximately seven hectares on the north-eastern edge of the city of Adelaide, Lot Fourteen is the site of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital. The site’s primary frontage is on North Terrace with further street frontage on leafy Frome Road. Sharing its eastern boundary with Adelaide Botanic Garden and situated only a stone’s throw from some of the best restaurants, bars and shopping in the city, this place is one the most exciting urban redevelopments in the world.

Lot Fourteen is becoming Australia’s first creation and innovation neighbourhood; a place where highly skilled and agile talent will thrive. Our future generations can become part of a neighbourhood that supports them to launch new ventures that leverage the deep technologies of the twenty-first century.

As such, the key element of Lot Fourteen will be the new start-up hub-space catering for our future industries that will span across seven heritage and historic buildings, now being repurposed.

These buildings will bring together the entire entrepreneurial ecosystem including start-ups working to develop new ideas or products, researchers and laboratories to test their concepts; incubators that provide start-ups with catalyst tools, mentoring programs and logistical support; and business advisers and investors including angel and venture capital firms to help take ideas to the global market.

The site is becoming an ideal environment for entrepreneurs to partner with industry, researchers, mentors and investors to help grow their start-up or existing businesses and is bringing together members of the entrepreneurial ecosystem including start-ups, mentors, corporations, researchers and investors with creatives to share spaces, experiences and most of all, talent.

When fully established in the next five years, thousands of people will work and stay here, creating a centre of gravity for the Adelaide start-up community.

Demolition and redevelopment

Join our neighbourhood

Seven heritage and historical buildings across Lot Fourteen are being retained and repurposed, offering great opportunities for activations, short- and long-term tenancies and redevelopment.

Aerial map showing location of Margaret Graham, McEwin, Women's Health Centre, Allied Health Services, Bice, Sheridan and Eleanor Harrald buildings

Creating our neighbourhood

Community consultation

Through a series of engagement opportunities, Renewal SA has heard the thoughts and ideas from diverse stakeholders and communities in South Australia on how Lot Fourteen could be developed.

Watch the following video to learn how we have engaged with the community on the redevelopment of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site.

Arts + culture

Latest news + events

Read all the latest on the redevelopment and activation of the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site.

Future Thinkers panel sessions, 11 July 2018

31 July 2018 in Lot Fourteen

Watch panellists from the Future Thinkers sessions held at our 11 July Open Day and hear their insight into what we can learn from creative big thinkers from around the world, while leveraging the benefits of doing business in South Australia.

Oxigen awarded contract for Lot Fourteen public realm design

19 July 2018 in Lot Fourteen

Adelaide company Oxigen has won the contract to lead Stage One of the public realm design for the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site, Lot Fourteen.

View the future at the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site

3 July 2018 in Lot Fourteen

Join us on Open Day for a behind-the-scenes look at the early stages of Australia’s first creation and innovation neighbourhood, Lot Fourteen.

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