Ambassador House was built in 1930 by Scottish architect, Stanley Nelson. Originally a residential building, it went on to house businesses instead. Restoration has seen this iconic building return to its former architectural glory whilst still maintaining the original Neoclassical-style architecture, with its decorative embellishments and crafted detail. The building’s façade has had no structural alterations in order to preserve its beautifully designed flourishes and a mural on the west side of the building will compliment these.
This four storey building is made up of a ground floor retail offering, a first floor up-market back packers called Curiocity, and 3 floors of ultra-modern office space
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