Structure in General
- First phase contained 340,000 rentable ft², and the second phase added 210,000 ft² of net office space.
- NAIOP 2002 Award winner - Office Project of the Year (over 100,000 square feet).
- Canopies are made of tempered laminated glass suspended on stainless steel spider type assemblies. The suspension of the glass allows those under the canopy to experience a beautiful sheer finish.
- As of July 8, 2005 final height figures have not been established, per VP/GM Bentall Real Estate Services.
- Vancouver's first vertically-phased office tower.
- Bentall 5 is a BOMA Go Green certified building.
- The floor-to-floor height of levels 4 and up is 12 ft. 6 in.
- The floor-to-floor height of levels 2 and 3 is 15 ft. 2 in.
- The second phase vertical extension cost $80 million.
- Bentall 5 was constructed in two phases, 22 floors (315.5 ft.) initially and then to 34 floors (459.5 ft.) as market conditions warranted.
- Initially the project was approved in May 1991 to 500 feet, including a 50 ft. decorative cap.
- The installation of the outer structural steel roof frame began on October 6, 2006 and was completed on November 17, 2006, bringing the building to its maximum height.
- The 7-level underground parking garage was built in 1994, more than six years before the tower construction began.
- In January 2009, new signage was added to the top in the form of a BELL logo.
- 2003 assessed value: CAN$104.9 million.
- It was announced on May 21, 2009 the tower had been sold to Deka Immobilien Investment GmbH of Frankfurt for $300 million. It was the company's first purchase in Canada.
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