Located on Downtown Vancouver’s luminous southern shore, The Pacific by Grosvenor offers spectacular ocean views from the North Shore Mountains to False Creek and English Bay. The 39-story residential tower, designed by ACDF Architecture and IBI Group, includes 224 luxury condominiums and townhomes with one to four bedrooms. The development, which features plenty of enhanced landscaping and public bike paths, will also restore the historic Leslie House, a circa-1888 heritage building, known as the “Little Yellow House,” that showcases classic Queen Anne-style architecture.
Developed By Grosvenor
Grosvenor enlisted ACDF Architecture and IBI Group to create the unmistakable tower, whose north and south facades feature contemporary floor-to-ceiling windows. Inspired by the movement of the clouds above the city skyline, a geometric wave of deep white-and-gray balconies dot the east and west facades, and brushed stainless steel highlights each side of the building. Designed with Grosvenor’s commitment to “living cities” that contribute to the economic, social, and environmental well-being of urban neighborhoods, The Pacific has energy- and water-reduction standards that have earned the building LEED Gold certification.
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Rising high at the corner of Pacific Street and Hornby Street, The Pacific is located in Vancouver’s Beach District, just steps from downtown parks, restaurants, shops, and cafes. The tower is minutes away from Granville Island’s thriving arts districts, as well as Yaletown’s renowned culinary scene. Homeowners with active lifestyles will love exploring the seawall’s 17 miles of walking, running, and cycling paths, which are surrounded by breathtaking nature views. The development is also close to the sandy beaches of Kitsilano and English Bay, which offer year-round stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking, and sailing. Residents can also grab the Aquabus on Hornby Street to quickly get to False Creek, an inlet.
Taking inspiration from the building’s elegant architecture, Vancouver’s award-winning Square One Interiors created an innovative and modern look throughout the development. The residences, living areas, and bedrooms feature wide-plank engineered-oak flooring. Oversized sliding-glass doors and windows flood the space with natural light and are fitted with contemporary shades.Custom cabinetry by Snaidero, a firm based in Italy, brings sustainable materials to kitchens, bathrooms, millwork, and closets. The kitchens feature marble-slab backsplashes and integrated professional-grade Sub-Zero, and in the bathrooms, elegant quartz countertops, and heated floors lend comfort and refinement.
The elegant lobby features soaring ceilings and is staffed by a 24-hour on-site concierge; a dedicated private driveway for residents leads to an additional lobby entrance. A bright and fully equipped fitness center, designed with Elite Performance, provides plenty of space for cardio and weight training. The development also features a fully lit, landscaped outdoor terrace with barbecuing and seating areas, plus an indoor lounge and entertainment space that’s ideal for residents who love to host guests. Rounding out the amenities package is a terrace garden.
- Fitness Center
- Game Room
- On-Site Parking
- Outdoor Grills
- Outdoor Space
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