45 Blood Alley Square
|Current Use||Retail (Restaurant Class-A)|
|Basic Rent||Contact Us|
|Additional Rent||$21.00 PSF (2021 est)|
Truly a rare, one-of-a-kind, space on the cobblestone-lined streets of Gastown with frontage on Blood Alley Square. Ideally located for both retail and restaurant users, this building exudes a modern elegance that compliments the true charm and character of the community.
- Beautifully designed space featuring board-formed concrete and exposed brick walls, great ceiling heights, geothermal heating, and large windows overlooking the new Blood Alley Square.
- This location benefits from the planned revitalization of Blood Alley Square and Westbank’s 33 West Cordova St, with plans for a new walkthrough to Blood Alley Square from West Cordova St.
- Currently being used as Restaurant Class-A space with a seating capacity of 51 people*.
- Additional 1,496 ft2 Cellar Space may be available, adding an additional capacity of 60 people*.
* Capacity based on existing tenant’s current approved license.
**Municipal Address: 45 Trounce Alley, Vancouver, BC V6B1C7.
Year Built: 1922
Robinson Block is a two-story character building originally built in 1889 and rebuilt in 1922, with prominent frontage on Water Street and Blood Alley Square. Since then it has been extensively restored with a focus on the original character, modern design, and the environment.
Water Street is home to many high-end retailers such as John Fluevog, Native Shoes, Roden Gray, and Inform Interiors. You will also find world-class restaurants including L’abattoir, and the upcoming revitalization of Blood Alley Square & Westbank’s 33 West Cordova Street.
Blood Alley Square
The Proposed Plan by The City of Vancouver reimagines Blood Alley Square as a more usable and inviting public space.
33 West Cordova
Development By: WestBank Corporation
- 142 Rental Units.
- Commercial retail (ground & basement levels).
- New concept-restaurant designed by OSO.
This development will add direct access to Blood Alley Square from West Cordova St.
Credit: Henriquez Partners Architects
Credit: Henriquez Partners Architects (City of Vancouver)
“Impeccably curated decor and fashion boutiques, one-of-a-kind galleries and some of the best culinary fare”
Population in 2016*
Dominant Age Group of Residents*
*Data From bizmap.ca
Vancouver, B.C. V6A 1Z6