109 Princess Street
Clegg and Knowles were the leading architectural practice for the design of warehouses of the late 1860s - 1880s. 109 Princess Street is a typical example of their work, which could be described as Palazzo-style. The building is also very similar to their 101 Princess Street development, featuring brick with stone dressings, a cornice above the ground floor, and first floor windows emphasised alternate flat and pedimented heads, all crowned with the usual emphatic cornice. Due to the greater floor-to-ceiling heights and larger areas of glazing; warehouses of this nature tend to be attractive for new office, hotel, residential and mixed uses; 109 has been converted into a bar and apartments.