Does anyone know if this was the first Zoroastrian Building at this location?
I was trying to find information about this old building but was only able to find this document from their Singapore chapter so far. The document has no information about the building, but after reading it I know now the first beer brewery was founded Ruttonjee and later sold to San Miguel.
I'll see if I would walk by the building over the weekend and see if they have kept the prevous foundation stone.
Finally found something from an article in Chinese from the Lord Wilson Heritage Trust website. The old building was built in 1931 and was demolished for rebuilt in 1991.
At some point it had an extra storey added, as the old photo shows just two storeys.
Apparently so. The style of the window frames are different.
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