The Beach & Howe Tower is situated between the intersection of Howe Street and Beach Avenue on the corner to the north eastern side and rises above the bridge of Granville Street; the building is to be constructed on either side of the bridge. Found in the downtown area of Vancouver, this development is separated from the seawall by a single block. It only takes 120 seconds to get to the Aquabus, the Park of George Wainborne and the Island of Granville and 300 minutes to Yaletown. The Granville and Pacific Streets are just a stone throw away from this development. Comparable to the City Center development in Las Vegas and the Flat Iron structure in the City of New York, this development is set to alter the Vancouverâ€™s image and definition of architecture.
The cost of homes to be featured in this residential structure is currently not available. However, the moment they are published, the developer will make it available to investors and potential buyers.
Condo Types and Sizes
The Beach & Howe Tower will feature about 600 housing units, an art gallery and a shopping complex to complement those shops found along the Granville Street. The units feature either single bedrooms or two. The strata residential units will occupy a total of 424,800 square feet while the whole development will measure 653,046 square feet.
The innovative design of Beach & Howe Tower is not just creative but also well thought. Its tapered design and architecture with a bottom that is textured and twisted rises 150m up, making it not just one of a kind structure in Vancouver and across the world but also visible from anywhere in the neighborhood.
Westbank Development is the company developing this uniquely designed residential building whose architecture is the work of the Big Architects. The structure is designed not just for functionality but also aesthetics. Westbank is one of Canadaâ€™s giant construction companies that is responsible for the development of several structures such as the Vancouver Shangri-la, the Pacific Rim in Fairmont, the 188 building of Keefer and Woodward developments among others.