Structure Type: built works - commercial buildings - office buildings

Designers: Gould and Champney, Architects (firm); Augustus Warren Gould (architect)

Dates: constructed 1911-1912

10 stories

470 Granville Street
Vancouver, BC Canada V6C

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As Dennis A. Andersen has noted, Gould and Champney originally produced a design for the Glyn Building Project, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1911; Jonathan Rogers, President of the Vancouver Board of Trade, commissioned Gould and Champney to economize on the previous Glyn Building plans, creating his 10-story skyscraper. This is simplification was seen especially at the Glyn Building's cornice line which had enlarged and extensive ornamentation and was topped by a balustrade; the Rogers design had none of this finery.

PCAD id: 12628