The Greenbrier Hotel — an aging, three-storey hotel on a prime Robson Street corner — is up for sale.
The hotel, built in 1956, is listed by Mark Goodman and Cynthia Jagger of Goodman Commercial Inc. for an undisclosed price.
The property is being pitched as a potential redevelopment site, if the buyer is able to acquire the neighbouring property, or as an opportunity to renovate the property and turn into a boutique hotel — capitalizing on downtown Vancouver’s hotel room shortage.
A land assembly with the neighbouring building could allow for a high-density, mixed-use development up to 300 ft. in height, as stipulated by the West End Community Plan.
The site is kitty corner from the former Empire Landmark Hotel, which was recently demolished and is being redeveloped into a two-tower luxury condominium development called Landmark on Robson.