Brisbane landmark to become luxury hotel It was built by Thomas Charles Beirne "TC Beirne" who became one of Brisbane's leading drapers and department store owners.
The building remained TC Beirne until 1961 when it was bought by David Jones. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk said the building is listed on the Queensland Heritage Register and its transformation into a hotel coach outlet 85048 must not impact on its heritage aspects. "There will be some changes obviously, but they coach premium won't be changes that will be detrimental to the heritage nature of the building," Cr Quirk said. The new hotel will open to both the Brunswick Street and Chinatown malls, with guests with cars to use the nearby Chinatown Mall carpark. The TC Beirne building is now owned coach outlet atlanta oral surgery by the Tseng family, who are expected to appoint a company to run the hotel business in the building.
The Tsengs also own the TC Beirne and the Chinatown carparks. Cr Quirk said Valley traders were briefed on new developments by Finance Committee chair, Julian Simmonds and doubted Chinese traders were concerned. "This is going to be additional night stays coach factory outlet online sale 2012 right here in the heart of the Chinatown Mall and the Brunswick Street mall, where we are currently undertaking a $4 million revamp," he said.
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