About The Stables

• Constructed in 1902 as a livery stable
• Originally designed by leading and prolific Vancouver architect G.W. Grant, who also designed the Carnegie Library on Main &
Hastings and the Vancouver General Hospital
• Designed in the Romanesque Revival Style, noted for rough faced sandstone detailing and semi-circular window heads
• Unique suspended floor system provides column free space on the main floor
• Fully upgraded in 2010, including seismic improvements, sprinkler installation, new HVAC and air handling systems and new
electrical systems

Main Floor: 4,783 SF
Second Floor: 5,441 SF
Third Floor: 5,595 SF
  • Property Type Office
  • Status Existing
  • Building Class A
  • Total Available Space 0 SF
  • Direct Available Space 0 SF
  • Sublet Available Space 0 SF
  • Min Divisible 0 SF
  • Max Contiguous 0 SF
  • Building Size 15,819 SF
  • Number Of Floors 3
  • Year Built 1902
  • Year Renovated 2010

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