Rogers Building - Historic Places Days

Rogers Building

Vancouver, British Columbia
Historic Building
470 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Over a century old and ten storeys high, the Rogers Building is a landmark of downtown Vancouver and recognized as a Type A historical property through the City of Vancouver’s Heritage Conservation program. The building is named after Welsh-born Johnathan Rogers, an affluent contractor and city board member who commissioned the building’s construction. Rogers hired prominent architects Gould & Champney to design the building which was completed in 1912.


470 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada
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