City of Launceston council is "actively considering" other potential re-uses for the former Brisbane Street Mall roof.
The roof was removed from the mall during upgrades.
Initially, it was suggested it would be reused at Riverbend Park.
However, the site has now been completed and the roof is still sitting beside the river.
The council's acting director of infrastructure services Matthew Skirving confirmed the roof had been salvaged.
"There were some thoughts around potential applications at Riverbend Park which are still being considered," he said.
"Council is also actively considering other potential re-use applications."
The mall works started in April 2018, and was officially opened in September.
Recently, the Baker Group won an award for the contracting work it did on the mall.
Civic Square, The Quadrant Mall and the Brisbane Street Mall were upgraded as part one of the Launceston City Deal.
Thylacine-themed art installations including 10 bronze sculptures, 100 seats, 300 square metres of roof canopy, LED lighting, upgraded storm water infrastructure, and 55,000 new pavement tiles were installed.
The mall upgrade cost about $6 million.
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