It is a large and imposing timber building with rendered brickwork at either end and an awning which protrudes from the facade. They were usually on wooden stumps with wooden vertical palings between the stumps. Because of the hilly terrain, many of the new streets were divided, leaving embankments which the Ithaca Town Council considered were cheaper to plant and beautify than to cut down. The building is heritage listed. The building was sold to private owners in the s. The site then became a rubbish tip. Extensive use of steel has helped to provide a built-in atmosphere and the designers of the redevelopment have opted for the use of a low flat steel roof because of its ability to enclose crowd noise within the stadium and re-creating the Cauldron atmosphere of the original Lang Park. Worship[ edit ] There are a number of churches in Paddington proper including two Catholic and one Presbyterian Church.
Recent housing renovations trends have been to "lift" and build in underneath or more commonly extend off the back into the back yard to give more living space popular with families today. The three buildings at the Neal Macrossan Playground are a large public hall facing Moreton Street, a small former free library to the east of this, and abutting this on the eastern side is a covered play area. While the Cooperative has largely moved out of retail there is still a small bar which doubles as a live venue but otherwise it is now a financial organisation that cares for members' financial interests. By various members of the punk band " The Saints " lived in a share house in Petrie Terrace and even created a club there, "Club 76". The church has a single-manual mechanical action organ was originally installed by J. It is probably the only one of its type in Queensland being a reinforced concrete tank elevated on concrete columns. The hall was built in and the "Army" played a vital role in providing relief during the various depressions. There has been a tendency, mainly by real estate agents for selling purposes to label these houses "Queenslanders" and though they do exist in the area the vast majority of houses are the small wooded 2 or 3 bedroom "workers cottages" with front verandas. By the s it was serving as a venue of the burgeoning civil liberties movement and in the Baroona Legal Service the Caxton Street legal Service after was established, much to the chagrin of the police, to provide free legal advice for people who could not afford it otherwise. Great Britain with a new attendance record of 45, , soccer internationals Queensland vs Russian Club Moscow Dynamo and local baseball All Stars vs Ipswich with a 2, crowd were played there. The nearby Brisbane Arts Theatre at Petrie Terrace is a theatre company that has been producing plays for over 60 years. Officially the correct title is the Suncorp Stadium at Lang Park. Following on from that over the next 10 years or so bitumen was laid to the sides of all roads. The Ithaca Embankments on mid Latrobe Terrace are a good example of the same. The old Paddington Hotel in Given Terrace was demolished and an American style "tavern" was built in its place, whilst across the road the Paddington movie theatre was demolished in and a shopping arcade, "The Paddington Centre", was built on its site. The low cost of the area also meant that young people and students moved to the area and brought their own "do it yourself" entertainment with them. The building was designed specifically for the triangular block and the new commercial and residential building largely reflects the shape of the original building. On Latrobe Terrace the basic brick functional "Paddington Central" shopping centre formerly the Paddington Tram Depot was demolished and a more modern shopping centre was built. When Latrobe Terrace is reached, colloquially known as "upper Paddington", the road sticks to the ridgetop with gentle slopes on either side until moving uphill towards the suburb of Bardon. In a horse bus was introduced and by the s hill-top mansions and workers cottages in the gullies had been built. Ultimately though the venue is an "eyesore" the surrounds are better maintained and neater than that of the previous Lang Park. There is a fallen soldiers Memorial Park on the corner of Latrobe Terrace and Enoggera Terrace and a small park named after the former tram workers of the area, "Trammies Corner" on the corner of Latrobe Terrace and Prince Street. A shop at the front was for many years, famously, the location of Tony Frangos, a traditional European style tailor. The Brisbane flood which ravaged much of Brisbane largely left Paddington proper alone. The plaza remained mostly vacant until and was sold in The building was originally constructed in the s and has been modified since however the original structure is still visible.
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