55 East Cordova Street
Koret Lofts at 55 East Cordova Street, Vancouver, is an iconic 6-storey, 118-unit warehouse-style building in East Vancouver.
Koret Lofts were built to last even back in 1908, constructed with concrete, brick and large wooden beams. McLellan and McFeely, 2 of East Vancouver’s prominent businessmen, first used this 150,000 square foot building as a hardware and building supply warehouse. The heritage building was first constructed way back in 1908, designed by architect Edward Evans Blackmore.
Flash forward to 2007, when Edmonton’s Worthington Properties with Darwin Construction transformed the building to house live/work open concept lofts in the middle of Gastown. Real estate in East Vancouver took notice of the value of this unique building and its historic yet modern feeling.
Now, the condos for sale in Koret Lofts continue to be in demand, with reason. The coveted penthouse units have 12-foot high ceilings, large balconies and private rooftop patios – features that rarely come in buildings in the unique and popular Gastown neighbourhood. All lofts have an open concept, and modern fixtures. Rentals and pets are also allowed, with restrictions.
Contact Patrick Weeks to talk about buying or selling a condo in Koret Lofts in East Vancouver.
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