Wesley Chambers

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Hamilton Central - Heritage Buildings - Wesley Chambers
... Wesley Chambers was the first multistoreyed building in Hamilton made of reinforced concrete and the first to have a lift ... Wesley Chambers feature Sullivanesque-style windows with central panes flanked by narrower panes, and the unusual wrought iron balconies on two sides of the building ... For most of its history, Wesley Chambers' upper floors were tenanted by some of the city's most prominent professional people including opticians, solicitors, accountants and dentists ...

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