One Burrard Place 1281 Hornby Street, Vancouver
From Studio 451 sf to Two Bedroom + Den 1588 sf
INTRODUCING SKYFRONT AT BURRARD PLACE
Skyfront at Burrard Place will forever change the Vancouver skyline
Skyfront is a rare opportunity to own in one of the last skyscraper locations in Downtown Vancouver. Situated on the crest of Burrard Street, Skyfront will be the third tallest building downtown, keeping company with Vancouver's other super-elite towers, Shangri-La hotel and Trump Tower.
• 60-storeys and 35 Storeys residential tower
• Expansive views
• Stunning high-end interiors
• Over 20,000 SF of world class amenities
• One of the last true skyscraper locations downtown
Burrard Place is located at Burrard St & Drake St in Vancouver. The project has a total of 810 units.
The 60-storey tower will be the third tallest building in the city with sweeping views of English Bay, North Shore Mountains and Vancouver Downtown Skyline. Both residential buildings and the Toyota dealership will be LEED Gold certified.
The Burrard Gateway site stretches north from Drake Street along both Burrard and Hornby Streets, with 225 feet of frontage on Burrard and 350 along Hornby.The Bing Thom-designed 13-storey office building and Toyota showroom will feature a prominent curved glass facade facing Burrard Street. Onsite amenities will include a public plaza with a cafe, public art installations and a vertical water display.
Vancouver city council has approved the three-tower, mixed-use Burrard Gateway development proposal from Reliance Properties and Jim Pattison Developments. When fully completed, the one-million square foot project will include a curved glass office building with a Toyota dealership at its base and two residential towers, one of which will be the third tallest building in the city at 526 feet tall. (Tweet this) “Although our design received unanimous approval from the Urban Design Panel in June 2011, we’ve continued to refine the design over the last two years, strengthening the distinctive character of the office building,” Reliance Properties president Jon Stovell said. The developer will contribute $20 million to go toward community amenities, including “support for an LGBTQ Qmunity Centre for Davie Village, heritage density, transportation, park and cultural funding.”