Federation Free Style block of professional chambers on the corner of Hunter and Macquarie Streets, named after the Junee property of the original owner and developer, grazier John O'Brien. The eight storey building was designed by Burcham Clamp and built by Turner and Loveridge in 1911, and included over 100 suites and rooms to be let to medical professionals and some residential flats. Described as a 'magnificent structure' and a skyscraper, one of the features of the building was the plumbing, with a hot water and sanitary service that had to be pumped to the top floors.

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1910 - 1911
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1909 - 1911
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