Category:Buildings in Vancouver
Featured Building: Shaw Tower
Built in 2005, the Shaw Tower is the third tallest building in Vancouver. It is also one of the most recognized due to its waterfront location on West Cordova Street with its blue and green LED lights that can be seen all way to the North Shore. The Shaw Tower is a mixed use tower featuring office space and a television studio for Shaw Communications.
Fortunately the top 26 floors are reserved for residential use, offering residents one of the most coveted addresses in Vancouver and sweeping views of Coal Harbour, Stanley Park, and the North Shore Mountains.
To say that the location of the Shaw Tower is its strong suit would be a great understatement.
The Shaw Tower occupies waterfront property in the upscale neighbourhood of Coal Harbour. This location allows residents to take advantage of the many fine culinary experiences that Vancouver has to offer.
Its location on the Seawall and in close proximity to Stanley Park also allows residents to spend their free time outdoors.
However the views that are offered to the residents of Shaw Tower may make it difficult for them to leave their homes.
Recently Added Buildings:
- 2013-08-22: Sterling (1050 Smithe Street)
- 2013-08-21: Met
- 2013-08-20: Vista Royale
- 2013-08-20: Avanti
- 2013-08-16: 1277 Nelson
- 2013-08-15: Imperial Tower
- 2013-08-13: Robson and Richards
- 2013-08-13: Northlands
- 2013-08-09: Orca Place
- 2013-08-08: Bayshore Gardens
- 2013-08-08: West One
- 2013-08-07: Verona of Portico
- 2013-08-07: Nova
- 2013-08-07: Park Plaza
- 2013-07-31: Cielo (1205 West Hastings Street)
- 2013-07-31: Savona
- 2013-07-31: Savoy (928 Richards Street)
- 2013-07-31: Parkview Tower
- 2013-07-31: Espana I
- 2013-07-30: H-H
Sequel 138 - It stands on the former site of the Pantages Theatre, once one of Western Canada’s most treasured heritage buildings.
Cascina - Cascina draws its name from European culture; to be more specific, it is quite possible that it is named after a small town in Tuscany, Italy.
Kensington Place - Kensington Place is a century old regal concrete structure of only six levels, lovingly preserved, portraying the pride of ownership by its residents.
Canada House on the Water - Canada House features a subtle twist in design, east at the back and west at the front, that reflects practical as well as aesthetic considerations.
Grace - An iconic member of the Yaletown skyline, Grace defines luxury with its Rolls Royce car service for its residents.
Woodwards - Once the site of Vancouver's most famous department store, this Westbank-built property stands out as an example of incorporating social housing into condo living.
Rolston - The newest members of the False Creek skyline, Rolston, named for a former conservative politician, ironically caught attention with some unusually sexy advertising.
Electra - Once the Headquarters of BC Hydro (whose rooftop was former home of the 12 o'clock horn), this building was converted into downtown condos in the mid-1990s.
Beasley - Named after the City of Vancouver's former city planner and inductee to the Order of Canada, Larry Beasley.
Maddox - New in downtown Vancouver, close to marinas and Granville Island
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Builders and their brokers put a lot of thought into the names of their buildings
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