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Built in 1991, this structure stands on the foundations of the historic Georgia Dental Medical Building. It is an award-winning 23-storey skyscraper developed primarily for commercial purposes. The architects incorporated pieces of the original building into the façade of the new structure. This distinct blend gives the downtown tower a presence of both historic and contemporary look. Several retail shops, services and cafes dot the interior of the building. Its adjacent courtyard is a popular relaxation spot too. The Canadian Craft Museum, located on the north end of the site is a must-see.
This modern commercial complex houses many corporate offices and is renowned for its architectural excellence. Featuring four office buildings and an expansive mall, this landmark is adorned with waterfalls and pools. For more details, check website.
The Robson Square is a famous landmark located in downtown Vancouver. It is a modern civic center and a public space that houses a number of government office. The square is know to be the location of Robson Square.
Roedde House is a restored Victorian home in downtown's West End. Built in 1893 for city newcomers Gustav and Mathilda Roedde, its design is credited to the early B.C. architect Francis M. Rattenbury, who designed the impressive Legislative Buildings and Empress Hotel in Victoria. The style is Queen Anne Revival, which can be seen in fine details like its cupola, bay windows and veranda.
The coastal city of Vancouver is the third largest metropolitan area in Canada and houses nearly 2.6 million residents. A town was first founded on this site in 1867 when an entrepreneurial proprietor built a tavern along the water. Since then, towering skyscrapers grown to dominate the skyline and the city has become a major attraction for international travelers. The interest in this beautiful city by the bay increased when it hosted the Winter Olympics and Paralympics in 2010. Visitors to the area will find endless things to entertain in the City of Glass, including museums, parks, fine dining, and live music. Â Â
The Hudson's Bay has its flagship store located in downtown Vancouver. Situated at the intersection of Granville Street and Georgia Street, the six-story building was constructed in 1927. It has been functional as ever since its inception.
The Seawall is a scenic pathway that surrounds the Stanley Park and was built in 1917 under the supervision of James Cunningham to protect the city's waterfront from erosion. It is a perfect getaway from the din of the city. The seawall is open to pedestrians, cyclists and joggers. However, due to various conflicts and mishaps in the past, the stretch of the seawall is divided into parts reserved for pedestrians and cyclists. The starting point of the seawall is at Coal Harbor from where the cyclist route begins. The bikes can be rented from the Seawall Adventure Centre.
This fabulous art deco building amid downtown's square steel uniformity is an ornate sight to behold. Designer J W Hobbs wanted to transpose the architectural grandeur of New York City to then-modest Vancouver, and he did so with terracotta, steel, brass, marble, intricate nautical details, gargoyles, murals and an impressive 40-foot (12-meter) archway entrance. The 25-story Marine Building was built in the late 1920s and serves today as an office building.