The rezoning application for the White Spot site on West Georgia Street has been filed with the City of Vancouver. Two 38-storey towers are planned with a total of 455 strata condominium units. A podium will connect the two towers and provide a consistent streetwall along West Georgia. The design rationale states: “Vancouver and its […]
White Spot West Georgia
Just a little over one year ago, we reported that the assessed value of the White Spot restaurant property on West Georgia Street had doubled — from $52 million to $102 million.
2018 property assessments by BC Assessment are now available to view online on the e-valueBC system. Anyone can visit www.bcassessment.ca and input a property address to see the assessed value as of July 1, 2017, as well as the previous year’s value. Users can also view the value of neighbouring properties, and see what they may […]
The Vancouver Sun is reporting that Shato Holdings, owners of White Spot, have sold their location at West Georgia Street to a Hong Kong-based developer for $245 million. The sale price is extraordinary, and one of the highest prices ever paid for residential real estate in Vancouver. The buyer was Carnival International Holdings Ltd. SFU […]
The days of Triple-O burgers on West Georgia Street in Coal Harbour are numbered. Shato Holdings Ltd. showed off preliminary designs at an open house earlier this week for a redevelopment of the existing White Spot restaurant at 1616 West Georgia Street. The proposal is for two condominium towers — 33-storeys and 39-storeys — with […]