With a busy season to go before the home is set to open, let’s take a look at which house is set for the new owner.
The Bradby Building in Brisbane is one of the oldest Victorian building in Brisbane, dating back to 1875.
It is a former residence of the Brisbane Post Office and is listed as an historic site.
The Brisbane City Council acquired the property in 2015, and in 2017 the City of Brisbane decided to redevelop the building.
The city plans to turn the building into a new apartment complex.
It will be home to the Brisbane Hotel and Restaurants and is expected to attract up to 100,000 visitors during the first five months of 2019.
The Brisbane Hotel is the largest hotel in Brisbane and was founded in 1872 by the famous Queensland journalist and politician, Charles Bridgett.
The building opened its doors in 1876.
The hotel has become an icon of the city and is one to watch for as it looks to transform into a more modern, sustainable and affordable home for the residents.
The Queensland Government will lease the building to the city from 2026.
The property is listed for RM1.9 million ($2.2 million) and will be under the control of the Queensland Department of Transport.
It’s expected to open its doors to tourists in 2019, with more to come in 2020.
The original Bradburys was located on the corner of Adelaide Street and Adelaide Street.
The Brads were owned by James Bridget, a Queensland politician and later a politician for the Queensland Liberal Party.
He also held the position of Treasurer from 1901 until his death in 1912.
He was succeeded by his brother, James Bradham, who held the seat of Westport until his passing in 1911.
The family then took the reins of the building and became known as the “Blair Brothers” after the famous Brisbane radio presenter, John “Blinky” Blair.
In 1908, James Blair married the daughter of Sydney millionaire, William Waring.
Their daughter, Mary Blair, later married Australian politician and politician for Australia, John Howard.
She also became a member of the ALP.
They married in 1949 and the family lived in a detached Victorian mansion for many years.
James Blair, who was born in 1873, died in 1949.
Mary Blair married Australian businessman, Sir George Young in 1949, and the couple moved to the property to live.
In 1959, the property was purchased by Brisbane’s Mayor and his wife, Lady Macdonald, for a reported RM1 million ($1.7 million).
After being bought, the building was converted into a hotel in 1970.
It was later converted into apartments and became a landmark of the CBD.
In 1991, the original owners bought the property and made it a heritage site.
The Victorian architect and builder, Robert Bowers, designed the building with its original design in mind.
Bowers designed the original structure to look like a Victorian home with Victorian charm, and also incorporated elements of modern architecture.
It was in the 1990s that the Brisbane City Government bought the building from its owners and converted it into a community housing project.
The plan is to convert the property into apartments, with the new residents expected to be drawn from the local community.
The first tenants to be moved into the new apartments will be women.
They will be able to stay in the apartments and be connected to their local community by connecting via a bike and walking track, as well as meeting up for lunch.
It should be noted that the apartments will have balconies and have a balcony with views to the river.
The residents of the new apartment buildings will be given the opportunity to make regular trips to the River Walk and to enjoy a stroll on the Brisbane River.
The new residents will also be able access the nearby river and enjoy a swim.
The apartments will also have a swimming pool, gym, fitness centre, sauna and a rooftop pool.
The current owners of the property are the Queensland Government and the Queensland State Government.
It has been the property of the City for more than 60 years and has been used by the Brisbane Mail, Brisbane Post, Brisbane Courier Mail and Brisbane Times.
It had a lease until 2020.
The project is expected, however, to be delayed until at least 2026 because of ongoing concerns about the building’s condition.
It’s important to note that the new tenants will not be able rent out the building for private purposes.
Residents will be required to maintain the property.