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Sacred sites

10 Jun 2014

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Queensbridge St is home to the famous Queensbridge Hotel and QBH nightclub. 

Queensbridge Hotel is a three-storey structure that is rendered in stucco.

The building was constructed in 1890 and is known for its elaborate design of cement rendered surfaces. 

The building has been given the green light to be reconstructed as a residential tower. 

The tower was proposed to be the second largest residential building in the city with 80 floors. 

The construction of this tower is currently in the planning stage.

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