Following the 1927/8 demolitions of houses in Grand Parade and Pavilion Parade this rather ugly rounded building was erected in 1930/1. It was put to a variety of uses, offices, furniture store etc but never looked to be of a permanent nature. Photographed on July 2, 1967, when almost empty and likely to be demolished, it is still here as I write in 1991, even more derelict. Sometime surely this prime site will be redeveloped!

Image Reference: JG_24_006.tif
Date: 1967
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 155x115
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: Redeveloped in 2005 as flats.

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