141 WATER STREET, VANCOUVER
William Harold Malkin's first warehouse built in 1898. The Malkin Building is valued architecturally as an excellent early example of the influence of the Chicago School, as expressed in the tripartite configuration of the front facade. The historic loft bulding was converted in 1996 in the westside part of gastown. This is one of the oldest heritage buildings in the city. The Malkin Building is private with excellent security, tall iron gates and a cobblestone courtyard. Secured underground on-site parking and storage.