141 Water Street
Past the pavement and into the cobblestone roads of Gastown, you’ll find the Malkin Building, at 141 Water Street, Vancouver.
Seven storeys of beautiful, brick heritage stands in the cultural pier of Vancouver. The Malkin Building is the second oldest heritage building in Vancouver, named after pioneer, mayor and grocer William Harold Malkin. This East Vancouver building was first built as a warehouse in 1898 and converted to a building holding 15 boutique lofts in 1996.
The Malkin Building has 1 and 2-bedroom lofts for sale, though units don’t last long on the market. People drive towards these unique East Van lofts for their:
- double height ceilings,
- European wood windows,
- gourmet kitchens, and
- authentic exposed red brick walls.
This Vancouver building has a great location in Gastown, a growing cultural area in the city. Gastown has evolved into a unique hybrid, with both Michelin star and local restaurants, high end and local clothing shops and new condos and restored heritage buildings like the Malkin Building. Find this condo building right on Water Street, minutes from Waterfront, and close to both downtown and East Vancouver.
W.H. Malkin might have been famous for his wholesale grocers, tea blenders and coffee roasters, but this unique architectural building is what he left for his Vancouver.
Pets and rentals are allowed.
Talk to Patrick Weeks with East Vancouver Homes about listings in the Malkin Building in Gastown.