Crosstown Architectural Heritage Loft Building
From the open concept designs, exposed brick/concrete/steel beams to the build finish, this place offer exceptional quality and beautiful timeless design.
The Bowman Lofts at 528 Beatty St. Vancovuer, also known as "Bowman Block" was originally built in 1906, and was the first brick building built on Beatty St, the area is now known as Crosstown. It was expanded in 1914 and was used as warehouse and commercial space over the following years. In 2007 the building was rebuilt with concrete additions and 38 unique lofts and spaces were created. Many of the suites are true two level lofts, some with large terraces, and a common roof top deck with expansive city views.
Building Features: Original 1906 architecture brick, concrete, and steel construction. The building was completed with high speed gearless elevators, remote keyless controls, multiple CATV security cameras, and CAT 5 high speed wiring throughout the suites.
Suite/Loft Features: The inside of the suites offer great touches of the original structure with added concrete features, and contemporary dry wall. From sand blasted timber beams and column, brick and concrete features walls, steel cross beams and braces, to refinished Douglas fir wood floors. The Bowman Lofts offer amongst the best finishes in contemporary loft conversions in the City of Vancouver.
Top notch appliances including Stainless Steel Bosch gas cook tops, wall ovens, Stainless dishwashers, high speed stainless hood fans, LG Titanium refrigerator, and stainless Blanco sinks and faucet give the Bowman lofts functional modern elements.
The kitchens are finished with Composite stone counter tops, custom mill work, and glass backsplash tiles.
The six exclusive penthouses have private decks with outdoor gas fireplaces. The common roof top deck features built in gas fireplaces and extensive landscaping.
Developed by the Salient Group.