Hotel time forgot makes $5 million

  • A SCHOONER hasn’t been served at The Terminus Hotel for more than three decades, but it looks like happy hour will soon be on the cards for the landmark inner Sydney pub.

The poor old boozer, which has been left to ruins since the 1980s, is covered in ivy outside while inside the watering hole is a rare time capsule that shows a slice of Sydney life from a bygone era.

Now, after a month-long marketing campaign, the long forgotten drinking spot on the corner of Harris and John streets in Pyrmont has sold for “around” $5 million.



The Terminus Hotel on Harris St in Pyrmont was originally called The Cooper Arms Inn.Source:Supplied

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