Terrace House

1250 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC

Terrace House
Terrace House
Terrace House
Terrace House
Terrace House

Development Name

Terrace House

Development Address

1250 West Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC

Property Type

Condo

Developer

PortLiving

Main Location

Vancouver

Sub Location

Coal Harbour

Units

20

Storeys

19

Development Description

Shigeru Ban Architects and PortLiving present an elegant collection of private homes carefully assembled within an architectural masterpiece – a magnificent icon set at the centre of Coal Harbour. Designed by Pritzker Prize winning architect Shigeru Ban, Terrace House represents the best in design, exclusivity and luxury urban living. Set to become the world’s tallest hybrid timber structure, offering cutting edge design and material use, Terrace House will set a new precedent for architecture and innovation not only in Vancouver, but around the world.

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Edgar Sung

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