The Erickson is an award winning Arthur Erickson signature creation located at the foot of Homer Mews on False Creek, Vancouver.
Situated on the Seawall & backing on to David Lam Park, it is just a short walk to the popular Round House neighbourhood with its trendy restaurants, coffee shops and nightlife. Yaletown shopping & Vancouver’s entertainment district are just a few blocks away.
Framed by waterfront on three sides and soaring more than 17 stories, the building offers towering skylines and endless views of one of the world’s most beautiful cities. The Erickson’s twisting form rotates counterclockwise and then shifts clockwise, evoking the motion of the water below.
On entering the building you are greeted by a stunning lobby and a 24-hour concierge service. The private elevators whisk you to your suite that features hardwood flooring and floor to ceiling windows, highlighting the unobstructed panoramic views of the city, mountains and False Creek.
The developer – Concord Pacific – has spared no expense using top of the line appliances, custom millwork, spa-inspired bathrooms and many other luxurious features.
Expansive private balconies and terraces provide panoramas of city, mountain and horizon vistas from sunlight to twilight.
Building amenities include:
• 24 hour concierge
• Meeting Room
• Men’s/Women’s Change Room
• Wheelchair Access
• Yoga Studio
• 60 foot indoor ozonized pool
• Whirlpool, Steam room and sauna
• Massage and spa facilities
• Personal hair salon
• Fully-equipped fitness room/gym
• Yoga/Pilates studio
• Private board room
Vancouver born and raised, the late Arthur Erickson is probably one of Canada’s greatest and most celebrated architects. During his lifetime as an architect, he invented unsurpassed urban schemes as well as new building types that were well ahead of their time socially and environmentally.
Erickson never developed a signature style. His buildings, which vary wildly, take their cues from the details of the site and the clients’ needs.
The long list of Erickson’s built works includes a number of stunning residences and iconic buildings such as the Simon Fraser University; the University of Lethbridge; the UBC Museum of Anthropology; Roy Thompson Hall, Toronto; the Canadian Chancery in Washington, DC; the Tacoma Glass Museum; Etisalat building, Dubai and so many more.
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