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:: 21 glass offices and ample open work area :: 1 open air meeting room :: Lounge area
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 sem-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