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How the Albert St disgrace became such a mess

A property on Auckland inner city Albert St was known to locals as an “eyesore,” “disgrace” and “hell hole” among its more delicate nicknames. Now Auckland Council is paying to fix it up for multi millionaire property i

Jazial Crossley
Fri, 03 Dec 2010

A property on Auckland inner city Albert St was known to locals as an “eyesore,” “disgrace” and “hell hole” among its more delicate nicknames. Now Auckland Council is paying to fix it up for multi millionaire property investor Stuart Galloway.

The buildings at 13 and 15 Albert St, built in 1911 and

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Jazial Crossley
Fri, 03 Dec 2010
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