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1881 – Proposed Building, Northumberland Ave., Charing Cross, London

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Architect: Ingram & Hollands

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“Our illustration shows a block of residential chambers proposed to be erected at the comer of Northumberland-avenue. It is intended to construct the floors of fireproof materials, Portland stone front with granite dressings. The interior will be specially arranged for residences, with hydraulic lift in centre of building. Numerous applications have already been made to take various portions of the premises. The designs, which have been approved by the R I.B.A. and the Metropolitan Board of AVorks, are by Messrs. Ingram and Hollands, of Gresham-street, E.G.” Published in The Building News, April 22, 1881.

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