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