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Figures

Height: Architectural 130 m / 426 ft
Height: Occupied 118.4 m / 388 ft
Height: To Tip 130 m / 426 ft
Floors Above Ground 33
Floors Below Ground 4
# of Elevators 3
Top Elevator Speed 4.5 m/s
Tower GFA 23,730 m² / 255,428 ft²
Development GFA 23,730 m² / 255,428 ft²
# of Apartments 82
# of Parking Spaces 216

Facts

Official Name Three Harbour Green
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Canada
City Vancouver
Street Address & Map 1105 West Cordova Street
Postal Code V6C 3T1
Building Function residential
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2006
Construction Start 2009
Completion 2012
Official Website Three Harbour Green

Companies Involved

Owner ASPAC Developments; Tower 111, LLC
Developer ASPAC Developments
Architect
Design IBI/HB Architects
Structural Engineer
Design Jones Kwong Kishi Consulting
MEP Engineer
• (not specified) Nemetz (S/A) & Associates Ltd.; Yoneda & Associates
Project Manager Ledcor Construction Limited
Main Contractor Ledcor Construction Limited

About Three Harbour Green

The Coal Harbour area of Vancouver has been revamped over the last decade to provide a luxury residential precinct to downtown. The site for Three Harbour Green, the final tower development in the area, is situated on the border between the developed residential neighborhood and the long-standing business district, creating an interesting edge condition.

To address its siting, the massing of the building was toned-down on its eastern façade, playing to the sobriety of the neighboring office towers, while being activated on its western façade with accessible terraces and gardens to respond to the activity of the other residences nearby. The result is a cascading form which connects to public spaces such as Stanley Park, and provides an appropriate entrance to the differing types of residences within the building: townhouses, apartments, and penthouse units. A variety of amenities is provided within the unique geometry of the podium as well.

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