programs, Surveys, The Maitland-based ex-publican said although her memory of the place was very different to what it is today, she felt more excited than sad and “would like to come back”. Every effort has been made to ensure that information For 33 years it was occupied by feral cats and occasional squatters. Peter was born in 1805 and apprenticed to a cooper. species, Wildlife Built in early 1900's Federation Style, the hotel was originally called The Cooper's Arms Inn but took its current name in 1911 in reference to the tram service that terminated on Jones Street. Photo: Alison Cheung. In 1853 it changed hands again, and once more operated as a pub – Land’s End, managed by James Pratt. All conservation, adaptive reuse and future development should be undertaken in accordance with the Australia ICOMOS Charter for Places of Cultural Significance (The Burra Charter). The Terminus Hotel dates from one of the key period of layers for the development of Pyrmont as a direct result of subdivision of the Harris and Macarthur Estates. government, For schools and "Not surprisingly, given the wholly compelling opportunity to acquire a piece of real estate so steeped in both history and opportunity, interest came from the key hospitality operators in Australia and also from household names operating in the Asia Pacific," Mr Jolliffe said. Historian Shirley Fitzgerald, who recently published a book on the hotel Terminus: The Pub that Sydney Forgot, said it was “really exciting” to see the business reopen, as it was rare for a pub to retain its historic features. policies, Commercial Environmental Trust, Awards and The Terminus Hotel was originally called The Cooper's Arms Inn but took its current name in 1911 in reference to the tram service that terminated on Jones Street. Check out some of the last pre-restoration photos of Pyrmont’s historic Terminus Hotel. Condemned Pub, John St, 2016. research licences, Protected The Terminus Hotel reflected the transformation of Pyrmont. As the peninsula changed, the old Terminus Hotel on Harris Street sat idle in the middle of it all, growing a thick coat of green ivy. parks passes and permits, For teachers, schools and community educators, National Parks and Wildlife Advisory Council, A family and community friendly workplace, Requesting a review or lodging a complaint, Environmental Restoration and Rehabilitation, Landfill Consolidation and Environmental Improvements, Resource Recovery Facility Expansion and Enhancement. Keep up with Commercial Real Estate news. Terminus bar at lunchtime 1970s. Despite remaining uninhabited for the past three decades, the interiors maintain the charm of a bygone era with their metal ceilings and ornate floor and wall tiling. network, Search reserves and protected areas, Climate Economy-Developing local, regional and national economies, Commerce-Activities relating to buying, selling and exchanging goods and services. plant licences, Threatened species impact The public bar downstairs has been retained, including the original green tiling. Terminus 1930. Any additions and alterations should be confined to the rear in areas of less significance, shall not be visibly prominent and shall be in accordance with the Sydney Development Control Plan. Terminus 2000. In the 1950s the Ladies Parlour was united with the Public Bar, though social conventions survived longer. omissions please send your comments to the quality monitoring A SCHOONER hasn’t been served at The Terminus Hotel for more than three decades, but it looks like happy hour will soon be on the cards for the landmark inner Sydney pub. Responsible service of alcohol was not a feature of pub life. History of Terminus. forecast, Air The Pyrmont Hotel was the first recorded in Pyrmont, on the corner of Harris and John Streets. He owned the hotel at number 86 Harris Street and the house at number 88. Inventory sheets are based on information available, and often do not include the social history of sites and buildings. Pyrmont Hotel 1909. and heritage, Visit the OEH Air program, Current change, NSW "Its busy location should guarantee strong patronage as it is surrounded by residential and commercial development and gains high pedestrian passing trade and commuter exposure.". Tiles in bar room, , January 2017. approvals, National Society > Pubs in Social Life > Pyrmont Hotel / Coopers Arms / Terminus. Heritage Inventory sheets are often not comprehensive, and should be regarded as a general guide only. The courtyard is where the charcoal cooking happens, which means the hotel’s new overnight guests will get hints of the cooking smells – the nine budget- to mid-range units (two with private en-suite bathrooms; seven with shared bathroom access) sit above the sun-drenched courtyard. Iconic Pyrmont pub to re-open after 34 years, POSH PUB: The Terminus in Pyrmont is set to re-open, Pyrmont’s Terminus Hotel set to reopen after 34 years, First look inside the Terminus Hotel time capsule, Pyrmont's iconic Terminus Hotel to re-open after 34 years, The formerly derelict Terminus Hotel is now a very posh pub, Pyrmont’s Terminus Hotel Reopens After 30 Years, Snack Time: Sydney’s Latest in Food – March 2, 2018, First Look Inside the Terminus Hotel Time Capsule, Pyrmont's Terminus Hotel Reopens After 34 Years Abandoned. animals, Threatened The once ivy-covered landmark is located on Harris St. “The routine was that you would go up to the pub and there was a particular rat-a-tat-tat that you had to make on the door with a penny, and she (the manager) would let you in,” Ms Fitzgerald said. Copyright 2016 - 2SER - ABN 90 001 684 564 - All rights reserved. “It was just a typical, old hotel with rooms, shared bathrooms upstairs and a big pool room with jukebox and pool table (downstairs). heritage places, Cultures As the Coopers Arms, a single-storey structure on Harris Street, it resembled other pubs named for their patrons. publications, Soil licences, Native The building should be retained and conserved. service providers, NSW framework, Understanding The greatest test was to bring the heritage-listed property up to modern standards in building codes and fire safety provisions. It was sold by another private developer, Auswin TWT, which bought it only a year ago from the private Wakil Family, which has an extensive property portfolio around Sydney. Terminus … “I never thought I’d see it restored like this,” she told Commercial Real Estate. councils, For state Soon afterwards the building was sold as a house, with no hotel licence. "We are delighted that The Terminus Hotel will be brought back to its former glory by a sympathetic purchaser," Stephen Fitzpatrick, the general manager of Auswin TWT, said. The building is a representative example of a Federation Hotel building found in Ultimo/Pyrmont and the inner suburbs of Sydney. There shall be no vertical additions to the building and no alterations to the façade of the building other than to reinstate original features. But the Terminus successfully found a way around this ban. It is a good representative example of an early twentieth century working class hotel on a prominent corner site which makes a positive contribution to the streetscape. Photo: Stephen Claxton, The pub will have nine refurbished hotel rooms. air quality data, Air 2016: The building is unoccupied and deteriorated and in need of repairs maintenance. guidelines, Current for heritage, Protect The section of the hotel addressing the corner of Harris Street, with its contrasting red brick and render and its distinctive parapet skyline features, built to the design of architects Copeman and Lemont, demonstrates key characteristics of Federation Free Style architecture.
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