The city is very proud of its architectural heritage. Much
of its seafront has listed building status, including its fine Georgian
squares, and even its piers.
The Royal Pavilion and the rest of Royal Pavilion estate is, of
course, a national treasure.
But one seafront apartment block with Grade 2 listed building status
was for many years an awful eyesore.
It was designed by the architect, Wells Coates, eleven stories high,
in Art Deco style, completed in 1936, and just recently restored by
Conran & Partners.
What's its name?
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