In the heart of Lot Fourteen the historic McEwin Building is being fully refurbished to become the new home of established and emerging businesses in space. Located on North Terrace, the McEwin Building tenants already include the Australian Space Agency and SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre, Stone & Chalk Space Start-ups, Myriota and Mission Control and Space Discovery Centre. A mix of open plan workspaces, breakout areas and meeting rooms have all been designed to foster collaboration and spur innovation.
Lot Fourteen is the former Royal Adelaide Hospital site and is being transformed into a globally recognised ‘ideas neighbourhood’ for entrepreneurship and culture, creating high value jobs across technology driven industries of the future.
Lot Fourteen is growing strong and emerging industry strengths in:
- Defence and space
- Artificial intelligence and machine learning
- Creative industries (VFX, VR and AR).
Lot Fourteen will be South Australia’s home base for a space industry tipped to be worth more than AUD$10 billion within a decade.
It will also be home to:
- A major Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre
- The International Centre for Food, Hospitality and Tourism Studies
- The 650 workspace Stone & Chalk Start-up hub
- MIT bigdata LivingLab (partnered with Massachusetts Institute Technology, Optus, BankSA, and DSpark)
- Curated commercial tenants closely aligned to the industry clusters.