Private Residences at Hotel Georgia, 667 Howe, BC

667 Howe, Vancouver, BC, V6C 0B5
3 - East Coal Harbour, Gastown, CityGate & False Creek
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BUILDING WEBSITE Private Residences at Hotel Georgia at 667 Howe Street, Vancouver, BC, Downtown Neighborhood,156 suites, 48 levels, building completion January 2013. This website contains: current building MLS listings & MLS sale info, building floor plans & strata plans, pictures of lobby & common area, developer, strata & concierge contact info, interactive 3D & Google location Maps link with downtown intersection virtual tours, downtown listing assignment lists of buildings under construction & aerial/satellite pictures of this building. For more info, click the side bar of this page or use the search feature in the top right hand corner of any page. Building map location; Building #108-Map 3, East Coal Harbour, Gastown, Downtown & Citygate Area.

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Crosby Property Management
On Site Manager:
Delta Land Development Group 604-678-9220
IBI/HB Architects

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Hotel Georgia, $400 Million project re-development. The Perfect Marriage. An ideal pairing. A beautiful mélange of historic elegance and ultra contemporary design.
Announcing The Private Residences at Hotel Georgia , Marketing by Sotheby's International (Canada). Sales Director Michel Tremblay.
Display suite # 604-682-8107, [email protected] .
Upgrades & addition to hotel by Delta Group for a luxury boutique hotel with 247 rooms + a 48 storey, 146 meter tower with 155 condominiums residences are offered in 17 floor plans ranging in size from 630 sf - 7100 sf PH. & 60,000 s/f of office space.
Bruce Langereis, president of Delta Lands Development Ltd said the $275-million renovation will make it "the hotel of the city" once again.
Delta is a subsidiary of the Singapore-based Delta Group, is developing the property with partner Goodman Real Estate Inc. of Seattle, a private company.
A revised proposal has been submitted to city hall for 667 Howe (The Hotel Georgia parking site where the Bing Thom tower was proposed) consisting of 1 floor retail, 3 floors of hotel uses, 8 floors of office, and 36 floors of residential with 156 units (TBC) designed by Endall Elliot Associates.
The Hotel was officially closed Jan 2, 2007. The renovated hotel should be ready to open for the Olympic Games, the tower site next to the hotel is small and is a difficult one to develop. And that portion of the project was completed in January 2013.
Contact the developer's agent above for more info.

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    The Building
  • 48-storey reinforced concrete structure
  • Exceeds Vancouver's wind and seismic requirements
  • Vaulted port-cochere entry with glass bottom pool above
  • 3 high-speed residential elevators, with access control system
  • Furnished double height entry lobby
  • Balconies and decks finished with low maintenance composite wood
  • Double sliding doors
  • National Home Warranty
  • Heating and cooling via via high efficiency heat pump technology
  • Individual gas metering
  • Optimized building envelope
  • High efficiency central boiler system for hot water
  • Building integrated photovoltaic (solar cells)
  • Salt water pool chlorination system
  • Dual flush toilets
  • Low flow faucets and shower heads
  • Efficient washing machine and condensing dryer
  • 24 hour concierge
  • Building-wide electronic access control system
  • 24-hour digital video recording surveillance
  • Electronic common area access
  • Battery backup of critical building security systems
  • In-suite security panel
  • Video entry system
  • In-suite computer networking
  • Extreme speed internet
  • Lutron QED window shades
  • Homes oriented to maximize views and light
  • Engineered hardwood flooring in living areas, kitchen and hallway
  • 100% wool carpet through bedrooms
  • Electric fireplace with custom-designed stone surround
  • Individually controlled heating and air-conditioning
  • Oversized Mahogany veneer entry door with satin brass inlay
  • Imported travertine flooring
  • Cove ceiling lighting
  • Millwork oak-panelled walls
  • Custom cabinetry
  • Polished quartz slab countertops
  • Island bar
  • Single-lever faucet with pull-out spray
  • Under sink water filtration system
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Square dual stainless steel sink
  • Recessed halogen downlighting
    Master Bedroom
  • Surface mounted entry sliding door
  • Thassos white marble flooring
  • In-floor heating
  • Wall sconce with downlighting
  • Custom vanity cabinetry
  • Marble slab vanity countertop with double porcelain under-mounted rectangular basin
  • Large framed mirrors over the vanity
  • Italian marble wall tile in shower
  • Deep cast iron soaker bathtub
    2nd Bathroom
  • Porcelain floor tile
  • In-floor heating
  • Custom cabinetry
  • Italian travertine slab vanity countertop
  • Under-mounted rectangular vanity basin

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Swimming Pool

Hotel Desk

Sense Spa

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Wine Cabinet In Restaurant

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Banquet Hall

Sense Spa Kiosk

Sense Spa

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Swimming Pool

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Fitness Centre

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Fitness Centre

Fitness Centre

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Residence Elevators


Residencial Lobby Looking Out


Residential Lobby

Model of Residential Tower In Lobby

Private Residences at Hotel Georgia - 'Boutique building' brings on the world
Sotheby's U.K. and scouts from U.S. to Argentina are piqued

Saturday, June, 16, 2007

Private Residences at Hotel Georgia
Location: Howe and Georgia, Vancouver
Project size: 155 apartments
Residence size: 630 sq. ft. - 3,700 sq. ft.; 48th-floor penthouse, 7,100 sq. ft.)
Developer: Delta Group
Architect: Malcolm Elliot and Allan Endall, hotel restoration; Jim Hancock, Martin Bruckner and Hilde Heyvaerts of IBI/HB and Endall Elliot Architects for the private residences
Telephone: 604-682-8107
Occupancy: Late 2009

First-class hotel rooms, private limo rides and harbour boat-and-seaplane tours were just some of the perks top international Sotheby's sales representatives enjoyed last week when they visited Vancouver to preview the Private Residences at Hotel Georgia.

The 12 top realtors, who search the world for accommodations for high-profile clients like Jennifer Lopez and Barbra Streisand, were themselves treated like celebrities while in Vancouver as guests of the Delta Group, which is developing the $400-million project.

And while sales for the Private Residences at Howe and Georgia don't officially begin until late summer, clients for this elite group of property scouts will soon be in the know on what will surely be one of Vancouver's most lavish and premiere addresses. The Delta Group is completely renovating the 80-year-old Hotel Georgia -- a Vancouver landmark seeped in history -- and building an adjacent 48-storey residential tower. Both are to open in time for the 2010 Winter Olympics.

Residents of the Private Residences, which will have 155 condos, will enjoy all the amenities the refurbished boutique hotel will offer, including a 55-by-15-foot ozonated lap pool, a 20,000-square-foot spa with separate yoga and Pilates studio, a wine cellar and humidor and a grand screening room. This was a first visit to Vancouver for United Kingdom Sotheby's director Charles Smith. Although interviewed after only 24 hours in the city, he says he was impressed enough to recommend the Private Residences as a place worth investing in for his clients overseas.

His London office represents approximately 1,000 active purchasers.

Smith says house prices in London are approximately $5,000 to $6,000 per square foot so the Private Residences, expected to be priced between $1,500 to $1,800 per square foot, are definitely a bargain. (Sotheby's will release price ranges next month and detailed prices in September.)

"It has got that lovely mix of the old and new and the purchasing power is very strong here for the English people in the U.K. It's a deal, and you have the infrastructure too," Smith says.

"You have to question why you are going here and the answer is all around you. The skiing, the sailing. It seems to be a wonderful place to come."

Sotheby's International Realty Canada and the Delta Group have entered into a unique marketing arrangement, giving the the leading marketer of luxury real estate the opportunity to inform international clients first about the project.

Scouts came from Kauai, Buenos Aires, Beverly Hills, New York, Florida and San Francisco for the preview.

Delta president and CEO Bruce Langereis, who hosted a dinner and wine-tasting for the group at his own luxury residence, says they opted to bring in international clients early because they have the time, with sales not set to begin until late summer.

He expects that when the sales complete, about one-third of the condos will be locally owned, with the balance second or third homes for international buyers.

"The key thing is we like to think of ourselves as boutique builders instead of taking a hotel and residence and lumping it together. We want to preserve Hotel Georgia and bring in a feature restaurant, quality gym operator and spa where each component is the best it can be."

Langereis says he sees the rejuvenation of the Hotel Georgia as a big responsibility because it is such a well-known and loved building in the city.

Speaking to the guests at the preview last week, Langereis told them he hoped instead of just leaving Vancouver with the literature on the Private Residences, they would have an understanding of how much "heart and soul" was going into the project.

Dana Volrich, Sotheby's vice-president of business development in Vancouver, says that to Vancouverites, the Hotel Georgia is really an iconic landmark.

"Obviously for people in Vancouver the Hotel Georgia has a warm spot in people's lives," she says. "There's a real interest [by the developer] in maintaining the historic details and bringing in modern contemporary luxury."

Volrich, the daughter of former Vancouver mayor Jack Volrich, says she has fond memories of visiting Hotel Georgia as a child on the arm of her dad when he was in office.

"Dad's office was just around the street and my aunt worked at the court house [which was then] nearby," she says.

"I used to be my dad's sidekick at events whenever my mother couldn't make it. I remember coming here and thinking how big it was and luxurious with the chandeliers and historic details. You didn't see that in a city as new as Vancouver."

Volrich, who lives in downtown Vancouver, says if she was in the market for a new residence, this is the place she would want to be because it is in the heart of the city, noting its proximity to the art gallery, luxury shopping district and fine restaurants.

"The Hotel Georgia is really a destination within itself," she adds.

The hotel first opened its doors on May 7, 1927 and was the place to stay for some of the top acts that came into town.

Elvis Presley stayed in room 1226 at the venerable establishment when he played Empire Stadium on Aug. 31, 1957.

Other big acts to visit the hotel included Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Lawrence Welk, Tommy Dorsey and the Rolling Stones. Celebrity guests included Bob Hope, Marlene Dietrich, Ginger Rogers, Sir Laurence Olivier, Katherine Hepburn and Bette Davis -- to name a few.

Errol Flynn didn't stay at the hotel, but he was seen drinking there often the week before he died in a Vancouver apartment.


The old Hotel Georgia impressed a young Dana Volrich (left, in the Private Residences sales centre) with its grandness.


'I remember coming here and thinking how big it was and luxurious with the chandeliers and historic details,' the Sotheby's International Realty Canada executive reports.

'You didn't see that in a city as new as Vancouver.'

© The Vancouver Sun 2007