St Leonards on the Move

By May 27, 2018 No Comments

St Leonards on the Move

St Leonards is the sixth largest employment centre in Sydney and the third largest north of the harbour. Close to the North Sydney CBD and in easy reach of Chatswood, the Sydney CBD and Macquarie Park, St Leonards has been identified as a strategic centre in Sydney’s global economic corridor.

With the Royal North Shore Public and Private Hospitals, and the Mater Hospital on its doorstep, plus a range of complementary health services, St Leonards has been identified as a health and education super precinct. It’s also home to the Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE and many innovative local design and technology companies that give the centre a unique creative vibe.

The Largest Employing Industries in St Leonards are:

  • Professional, Scientific and Technical Services
  • Health Care and Social Assistance
  • Information, Media and Telecommunications
  • Manufacturing
  • Wholesale trade

A place to do business with high rise apartments threading through new and established commercial buildings, St Leonards is an inner-city area on the move. Cafes, restaurants, art galleries and creative spaces are bringing fresh life to the streets.

The commercial centre is anchored by major employers including the Royal North Shore Public and Private Hospitals, Northern Sydney Institute of TAFE and the Australian head office of IBM, so it’s a good value proposition for established businesses that don’t want the traffic jams and chaos of a large CBD.

There’s also a variety of smaller commercial premises that are ideal for small to medium-sized businesses and start-ups that don’t need a large or premium grade space.

St Leonards will continue to grow as more businesses move to St Leonards for its central location, access to public transport and arterial roads.

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