East Asiatic Building

1201 West Pender Street, Downtown, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

1201 West Pender Street is known as the East Asiatic House and was built for the Prince of Denmark.  It was designed by renowned architect Gerald Hamilton who also designed landmark buildings such as the Planitarium and Q.E. Theatre in Vancouver.  Located on the northwest corner of Bute Street and West Pender, it has floors of about 6,700 square feet with some good views of Coal Harbour and the North shore mountains. Built in 1963, the building offers 8 floors for a total of 59,483 sf.  Parking is available in the building for $220.00 per month + taxes per reserved spot. Located two blocks from Burrard Street on the west side of the Downtown Core, there are many attractive amenites nearby, including restaurants (Urban Fare, Goodlife Fitness in the building, etc.) and Harbour Green Park with the seawall less a block away.  Taxes and operating costs are estimated at $19.52 per sq. ft. for the year 2024.

Building Size: 59,483 sf

Floor Size: 6,700 sf

Class: Character

Available Space


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