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Originally the elegant Mark Foy's flagship store on the corner of Liverpool, Elizabeth and Castlereagh streets, it was converted for use as courts in 1985. It has a distinctive façade of white bricks with yellow faience work to the sills and cornices. Two corner towers with yellow pinnacles surmount the building. Originally three storeys it was extended several times in the interwar period and is now eight storeys high.