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WATERFRONT PLACE

Waterfront Place is a collection of five buildings on Vancouver’s famous Nicola, Cardero, Broughton and Jervis Streets. It was completed in 2003. The towers are named for cities in Italy and Spain — and in honour of the Kwok family, for the Bauhinia, the symbol of Hong Kong. The Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) recognized Waterfront Place in 2004, awarding a Gold Georgie to Cascina and Denia for Best Multi-Family Development of the Year.

Avila

560 Cardero Street

VANCOUVER, BC
  • Build 1995-1998
  • 99 suites on 21 levels
  • 229 ft (70 m)
  • Perkins & Company Architecture and Urban Design
  • Fineline Interiors

Bauhinia

535 Nicola Street

VANCOUVER, BC
  • Build 1995-1998
  • 105 suites on 25 levels
  • 249 ft (76m)
  • Perkins & Company Architecture and Urban Design
  • Fineline Interiors

Cascina

590 Nicola Street

VANCOUVER, BC
  • Build 2001-2003
  • 117 suites & 30 townhouses on 25 levels
  • 256 ft ( 78 m)
  • James K.M. Cheng Architects Inc.
  • BBA Design Consultants Inc.

 

Denia

499 Broughton Street

VANCOUVER, BC
  • Build 2001-2003
  • 86 suites & 4 townhomes on 20 levels
  • 220 ft (67m)
  • James K.M. Cheng Architects Inc.
  • BBA Design Consultants Inc.

Escala

323 Jervis Street

VANCOUVER, BC
  • Build 1999-2002
  • 98 suites & 7 townhouses on 29 levels
  • 328 ft ( 100 m)
  • James K.M. Cheng Architects Inc.
  • Mitchell Freedland Design