1010 Raymur Avenue

Building type: Industrial
Size: 115,929-sqft
Year built: 1930
Neighbourhood: Strathcona


This 2-story industrial building was originally constructed in the 1930s and expanded in the 1950s. It is located just seconds from Strathcona Park, a popular green space in East Vancouver. This vast space, made from wooden beams, concrete and steel, sees plenty of natural light through its large windows. In its former life, this nearly 116,000-sqft building was a burlap sack manufacturing plant, but it is currently being renovated to house creative industrial space.


1010 Raymur Avenue


Vancouver’s oldest residential neighbourhood, bordered by Chinatown, Clark Drive, the CN Railway and Burrard Inlet. A culturally diverse neighbourhood with businesses across different sectors including manufacturing, retail, dining, creative and much more.

Eat & Drink:

  • Strathcona Beer Co.
  • Les Amis du Fromage
  • Liquids + Solids

Shopping & Style:

  • MakerLabs
  • Dan's Homebrewing

Points of Interest:

  • Writers' Exchange
  • Ray-Cam Co-Operative Centre