Posted November 09, 2018 07:00:00 It is one of the most iconic structures in Australia and a huge symbol of the country’s capital city.
Now, the former owner of the property is preparing to rebuild it, after months of planning and planning and more planning.
The old car park, which once housed the local cinema and an auto repair shop, is now being turned into a boutique hotel, restaurant and bar.
Key points: Construction is being carried out by the Mountaineering Council (MCC) and a consortium led by the construction company The former owner is planning to turn the car park into a hotel, bar and boutique restaurantThe group is building on land that was used as a parking lot and the car parks land is being developed The project will be funded by the NSW government, and will involve the construction of a new car park and a new garage.
The car park is owned by a group of property owners, who used the old car lot to store their cars and their bikes, before it was turned into the carpark.
A lot of the car parking was also used by locals, including to drive their own cars.
It was the car lot that was eventually turned into Mountaineers park, where the old movie theatre and auto repair business is now set to be rebuilt.
Mountaineers founder and director of design Andrew White said it was a fitting use for the car land.
“It is not only for us but it’s for the whole community, because it’s where the rest of the area is, and the other buildings are all in the same direction,” Mr White said.
He said the car owners would be providing some of the funds for the project.
Mr White said the project would involve the building of a car park on the site.
However, it is not known exactly how much the project will cost.
Once complete, it will have a number of features, including a bar, restaurants and a boutique, which will be the main attraction of the new building.
At the moment, there are only plans for a hotel and a restaurant.
There is currently a parking garage at the site, but it is unclear how much it will cost and where it will go.