Site of the 2,500-seat Capitol Theatre which opened on March 21, 1921. The original Capitol Theatre was replaced by the 6-screen Capitol 6 Theatre that opened in 1977.
The Capitol 6 Theatre complex was closed permanently in April 2005. It was prepared for demolition during the week of October 23, 2006.
A 35-story residential tower is situated on top of a 7-story podium, including ground floor retail.
Will include major expansion to the Orpheum Theatre, home of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.
The tower is elliptical in design and the tallest residential building in its neighbourhood.
The $20 million in cultural amenities includes a 6,497 square foot extension of the Orpheum Theatre stage, a 14,514 square foot rehearsal room and a 24,005 square foot music school on the ground level.
Largest amenities trade-off in city history.
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