Just checking through, as yet unanswered posts.
Some Googling threw up some newspaper ads but I didn't go into them further or take up the prompt to save for ancestry research.
I did find a bit of history and the link has some art images: http://remix.org.au/aris-redcombhouse/
Produce Art Collective formed in March and April 1982 inspired by the Produce Art group exhibition 10-24 March, 1982 an exhibition of 16 artists curated by artist Jeanelle Hurst.
Red Comb House was a short term artist-run in the old produce stores located in Roma Street. This artist-run was one of many spaces earmarked for demolition and available only for short-term rentals in the inner city 4000 postcode during the 1980’s.
Red Comb House initiated by Jeanelle Hurst. Artists paid monthly studio rent. ...
Do you have an interest in poultry-related history, Baringo? I don't know what is at the address now. Is it where the Roma St Parklands were created? Someone with a keen interest in Brisbane history may know.