Hundreds of people did not let the rain stop them getting a sneak peak inside the redeveloped Macquarie House.
On Saturday, the City of Launceston council hosted tours for the community, with more than 300 people attending.
The council's acting manager of architectural services Andrew McCarthy said it was an overwhelming response with everyone enjoying the behind-the-scenes look.
He said the community asked lots of questions about the project, and what is next for the building.
A lot of community interest was also paid to the restaurant space in the basement. The council will be tendering the restaurant in the near future.
Mr McCarthy also thanked Vos Constructions for helping to deliver the project on time.
Enterprize, a business and entrepreneurial start-up venture, has leased the building and will move in about the middle of July.
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