The prominent siting of the building at 132 George Street on the corner of Argyle and George Streets makes it a local landmark. 132 George Street defines the George and Argyle Streets intersection, and the building makes a positive contribution to the streetscape at this point by containing and defining vistas.
The building is a good example of the Inter-War Stripped Classical /Georgian Revival style with strong architectural detail in liver brick, render and sandstone. It is a representative but not exceptional example of its period. 132 George Street is one of the very few remaining buildings from the 1920s period in The Rocks area.