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680 ft²

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THE FEATURES • Rare small format retail/food primary opportunity in the heart of Gastown • Ideal for investor or potential owner-occupier • Previous approved use was a fully-licensed Food Primary establishment allowing liquor sales, approved for 26 seats (subject to confirmation) • Exposed concrete ceilings with exceptional ceiling heights • Unparalleled location amongst Vancouver’s top restaurants, including L’Abattoir, Di Beppe, Coquille, Tacofino, and Bauhaus • Extraordinary year-over-year market rental growth with historically low vacancy rates

The Space
TypeProperty for sale
Asking Price$949,000

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The Building

This freehold strata unit in Carrall Station is ideally located near the corner of Cordova and Carrall Streets, steps from several notable developments including Woodwards by Westbank, the Alhambra, Terminus and Garage developments by Salient, in the heart of Gastown. Vancouver’s trendy Gastown district is characterized by cobblestone streets, brick and timber heritage buildings, and abundant historical charm. The high-traffic neighbourhood is the location of many of the city’s hottest restaurants and shops, and has become home to numerous design studios, high-end furniture retailers, and art galleries. Notable tenants in the area include COS, Tacofino, Di Beppe Restaurant, and Le Labo Fragrances. This rare small format retail opportunity is ideal for investors and potential owner-occupiers alike.

Property TypeRetail
Building Size680 ft²
ZoningHA-2 (Gastown Historic Area)
Year Built1997

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