Architectural Sites in Vancouver

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Architectural Sites in Vancouver

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Name Category Location
 
Byrnes Block
George Byrnes constructed Vancouver's oldest brick building on...
Architectural Sites Gastown and Chinatown
 
Cathedral Place
One of Vancouver's most handsome postmodern buildings, the 23-story...
Architectural Sites Downtown and the West End
 
Chinese Freemasons Building
Two completely different facades distinguish this structure on...
Architectural Sites Gastown and Chinatown
 
Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
One of the last railway-built hotels in Canada, the Fairmont...
Architectural Sites Downtown and the West End
 
Hotel Europe
Once billed as the best hotel in the city, this 1908 flatiron...
Architectural Sites Gastown and Chinatown
 
HSBC Bank Building
Kitty-corner to the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, this building has...
Architectural Sites Downtown and the West End
 
The Landing
Built in 1905 with gold-rush money, this elegantly renovated...
Architectural Sites Gastown and Chinatown
 
Lumbermen's Arch
Made of one massive log, this archway, erected in 1952, is dedicated...
Architectural Sites Stanley Park
 
Marine Building
Inspired by New York's Chrysler Building, the terra-cotta bas-reliefs...
Architectural Sites Downtown and the West End
 
Sam Kee Building
Ripley's Believe It or Not! recognizes this 6-foot-wide structure...
Architectural Sites Gastown and Chinatown
 
Sinclair Centre
Vancouver architect Richard Henriquez knitted four buildings...
Architectural Sites Downtown and the West End
 
Waterfront Station
This former Canadian Pacific Railway passenger terminal was built...
Architectural Sites Downtown and the West End
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