As originally submitted it would have had 128 condos – later revised down to 119, on a tight flatiron site in the Downtown Triangle West area.
The tower design shows it tapering, and all the apartments would be large – the smallest has two bedrooms, and the largest have five.
There are two modest commercial buildings from the 1960s on site today, including the IBM Building designed by Thompson, Berwick & Pratt which is on the post 40’s Heritage Register.
A Council report was written, a date set for Public Hearing at the end of July, and the Chinese based developer provided “a voluntary commitment to support residents who live or work in Metro Vancouver by giving them the first opportunity to purchase new presale homes in the new development on the subject site”. Then, all of a sudden, the project was withdrawn.