The Pacific

A 39-storey luxury residential tower in the heart of Downtown Vancouver

Located on a storied site by downtown Vancouver’s bright southern shore, The Pacific comprises a 39-storey residential tower, the restoration of an iconic heritage house, and a brand new Passive House arts and culture building to be given to the City of Vancouver.

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In the 1880’s George Leslie built a Queen Anne-style home on Hornby Street that came to be known as Leslie House. Ninety years later, the heritage residence formed part of Umberto Menghi’s famed Il Giardino restaurant.

Today, Leslie House is a local landmark and an asset to the community. As one of Vancouver’s oldest remaining heritage homes, the “little yellow house” will be carefully restored and relocated to Pacific Street.

The 214 elegant homes at The Pacific will offer world-class views, the highest standard in custom Italian cabinetry by Snaidero, and professional-grade appliances by Wolf, Sub-Zero and Miele.

Architects ACDF* and IBI, designed The Pacific is to shine with an understated elegance. Up close, the architectural complexity is revealed in its details. The result is a building of sophisticated stature that responds to its prominent location.

Located at the corner of Pacific and Hornby streets in downtown Vancouver, The Pacific is situated in an established residential neighbourhood that is undergoing an exciting evolution through significant investment in arts and culture, new residential and retail development, and public infrastructure.

In addition to being centrally located in the amenity-rich downtown core, The Pacific will target a measurable reduction in energy and water use through LEED Gold certification. The design includes high-performance triple-glazed windows on the north and south facades, and balconies on the east and west facades that naturally cool the building by providing shade.

The new arts and culture building is designed to meet the rigorous design criteria of Passive House – an internationally-recognized standard of sustainable building practices.

The project received approval from the City of Vancouver and commenced pre-sales in November 2017. The Pacific is now over 50% sold and began construction in Q1 2018. 

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