K2 Private Property has been awarded rights to manage Australian Unity’s Queensland healthcare assets

STUART Moody reckons they are the “rising star” in Queensland commercial real estate Services.

And perhaps he is right with K2 Private Property beating some of the biggest names in real estate to win the property and facilities manager’s role for the Australian Unity Healthcare Property Trust portfolio in Queensland.

The portfolio consists of seven assets totalling over 28,000sq m with a total value of $200 million across southeast Queensland including Robina Private Hospital and a medical office building at 15 Butterfield St, Herston.

K2 Private Property director of property Stuart Moody said the business has secured Chris Kinder, previously with Mirvac, to take the lead role looking after the Australian Unity portfolio.

“We’re proud to be awarded this work across Australian Unity’s local medical portfolio and look forward to assisting to drive value for the owner,” he said.

K2 Private now has more than 130,000sq m or $700 million of commercial and retail assets under management in southeast Queensland.

Chris Herde, Phil Bartsch, The Courier-Mail January 23, 2019