Images via Alison Cheung and LostCollective
After years in the dark, slowly deteriorating and growing moss in places you don’t want to know, a vintage Sydney pub will be getting a much needed rebirth.
The Terminus Hotel, located in Pyrmont, has been something of an eyesore for locals for 33 long years, however the venue has been purchased by publicans David Mathlin and Binu Katari for a neat $4.75m, who have revitalised the pub into an exciting new location for a cheeky bev.
Speaking on the vision behind the restoration, Ms Katari explained to Commercial Real Estate that they wish to “bring it back to its glory and to make it a bit more modern but also have something that would be part of the community and enjoyed by the local residents”.
The 155-year-old hotel will be officially reopening to the public next week. Check out the video below for an inside look at the makeover.