Most cities these days try to present their best face to welcome visitors when they come in on the major road from that city's airport. Not Hobart.
As you drive along the first section of Davey Street, just after the Tasman Highway ends, this is the view with which you're faced:
Zero Davey, a residential development that somehow turned out to be a bit larger than what was originally approved, the Grand Chancellor Hotel (aka "Gray's Edifice"), which is simply a carbon copy of a hotel in Malaysia that the developers also own, and the crowning glory, the Federation Concert Hall, a building resembling a massive colorbond clad water tank, complete with dented panels and insulation hanging out of the joins. Apparently it's a "tribute" to an old gasometer that used to be on the site.