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What would be city’s fourth-tallest high-rise aims to echo under-construction Vancouver House opposite, to create new “Granville Gateway”
A rezoning application, along with a fresh set of renderings, has been filed with the City of Vancouver for what would be the city’s fourth-tallest tower.
Pinnacle International wants to build a 54-storey luxury high-rise at the north end of Granville Bridge, opposite the under-construction Vancouver House. Together the redevelopment of the Granville loop lands is intended to create the new “Granville Gateway” – a grand architectural entrance from the bridge into downtown Vancouver.
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The architect on the project, GBL Architects, has designed a curvilinear tower with a twist in the facade that pays homage to the twist in its 49-storey neighbour, Vancouver House.
If built at the proposed 163 metres, 601 Beach Crescent would be the fourth-tallest tower in the city, after Shangri-La, Trump Tower and One Burrard Place.
Pinnacle proposes a total of 455 residential units, 303 of which would be market condos and 152 of which would be social housing.