Project Summary

  • Client

    Westbank

  • Budget

    $120 Million

  • Size

    367,000 sq.ft.

  • Delivery Model

    Construction Management

  • Year Complete

    N/A

  • Sector

    Commercial

The Story

At 301-feet-tall, 400 West Georgia is a unique 24-storey commercial tower with a structural steel frame, a concrete core, and a six level underground parking garage with 235 stalls. Designed by Merrick Architecture, the cube design is inspired by a Japanese noguchi lamp.

 Each cube consists of four-storeys, triple-paned curtain wall, openable windows, large spans of column-free space, and glass floors. Every space between the cubes features hydroponic living walls of foliage and water features. There is also a garden and amenity space on the roof for tenants.

On the ground-level, a four-storey high lobby offers potential spaces for galleries, cafes, restaurants, retail spaces, and an extensive public realm that includes features such as pavers, seating, lighting, a water feature, and a raised terrazzo platform for performances and gatherings. The building will be equipped with the latest information management and information technology to support the growing tech industry in Vancouver.

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