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The buildings in King Edward St are being demolished to make space for a modern retail and office space development.
Wolfenden and Russell traded for 100 years before the clothing shop shut in 2013.
It was damaged extensively by fire in July last year.
A 1930 Dodge was trapped in the building when the roof collapsed during the fire and was mechanically extracted from the wreckage last month.
Positive Property Ltd director Justin Stott said the demolition was going well and should finish in a week
The building would incorporate reclaimed materials and included elements that represented the three old buildings.
The development would have three levels, including 350sqm of retail and 3000sqm of office space, as well as about 40 car parks.
It would be built next year.
There were also plans to strengthen and refurbish 160 King Edward St as a heritage building, he said.