165 Water Street

Building type: Office, Retail
Size: 11,615-sqft
Year built: 1909
Neighbourhood: Gastown

Notable Tenants

  • Hill's Native Art Gallery

Overview:

This 3-story heritage building built in 1906 is located on Water Street in historic Gastown. It is wood post and beam with the original facade maintained giving it just the right character for the locale. With tall vertical windows, it holds retail space on the ground and 2nd floor with a 3rd floor office space. This building’s location steps from the pedestrian hub of Cambie and Water allows it constant traffic from both Vancouverites looking to grab a post-work drink at Pourhouse across the street or the Flying Pig one block away, and also from tourists browsing one of the many boutiques in the surrounding buildings.

Office, Retail

165 Water Street

Gastown

The historic heart and birthplace of Vancouver. This neighbourhood has been labelled the “Epicenter of independent design, culture, food and fashion, and one of a kind experiences”. With it’s Victorian architecture Gastown retains its historic charm and independent spirit.

Eat & Drink:

  • Meet
  • Tacofino
  • Chill Winston

Shopping & Style:

  • Secret Location
  • Aesop
  • Kit and Ace

Points of Interest:

  • Maple Tree Square
  • The Steam Clock
  • Gassy Jack Statue