Temple Court building Reviews
Located within eyesight of numerous other historic buildings and is now a apartment building. Worth a look while visiting more interesting heritage buildings such as AMP building and National Mutual B... more »
The Temple Court building was built in the palazzo style almost 100 years ago and has been classified by the National Trust. What the government heritage body finds most interesting is a mosaic depict... more »
I love this building, perfect location, great neighbours and community, but it's such a shame the current building management is so aggressive, unorganised and careless in their approach. I've been trying for the past 3 months to obtain a simple security fob swiper to gain access to the building. The building manager took payment, but has refused to issue the fob, I still have no idea why. I was knocked back saying it was my agents issue, after my agent clarified the management should've issue one already, I was promised the fob from them several times, until it came to literally xmas. It’s really unfortunate that after months of asking that I got to the end of the year and nothing was done about the fob I paid for in October. I did mention I was concerned and stressed over needing it for hosting xmas lunch for my family, I needed the fob to cater for a disabled relative. I contacted the building manager several times as requested to try locate the fob, the managers phone cut to voicemail constantly. After speaking with my agents (who are great), my brother who was becoming equally concerned suggested to call the building manager from his phone instead. Sure enough, the phone call went through and the manager answered. They had blocked my number. My guess is because they didn’t want to deal with my messages to follow up. I then asked about my fob again and why they had blocked my number as I was just following up a request, at that point (after 3 months) it was urgent... I was just hung up on. How is this ok? I wasn’t just ignored from management, but I was blocked from contact altogether which is so unprofessional for someone in their position. I’m highly disappointed, and very upset that no care was given after repeatedly voicing my concerns. I was forced to cancel my xmas lunch as I could not cater for my disabled relative. I feel so victimised for simply voicing my concerns and asking for something quite reasonable. Have I done anything wrong?
The former FAI Insurance Building. A fourteen-storey stone clad concrete building. Built in 1924 it was designed by Grainger, Little, Barlow & Hawkins in the Neo-Baroque style. Fully refurbished to a design by Peddle Thorp and with the addition of two extra levels it was converted and subdivided into residential apartments and ground level retail in 2001. The building spans a full city block with an additional facade and entrance via Little Collins Street. The apartments retain a feeling of the period with high original ceilings & many with original casement windows. A popular building for owner occupies and tenants, a mix of different size & layout apartments means the range of value is spread suiting many potential buyers. There is limited covered parking to the rear (Little Collins Street) This property contains 219 residential properties, along with some retail and food outlets on the ground level
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