Set to be the tallest Passive House development in the world, these twin residential towers, designed by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, are a nod to Vancouver’s rich architectural heritage.
Location1444 Alberni Street + 740 Nicola Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
- 451 luxury residences
- 43- and 48-storey twin towers
- 646,000 square feet
Located in the heart of downtown Vancouver, the twin residential towers of Alberni evoke the city’s rich legacy of architectural excellence. Designed by world-renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern, the buildings feature a modernist limestone facade with intricate detailing. The towers represent a bridge between the city’s past and its future—they are poised to be the world’s tallest Passive House development, defined by a rigorous standard of energy efficiency, through innovative sustainable design.
Nestled amid the walkable urban villages along Denman and Robson, adjacent to Vancouver’s downtown business district, 1400 Alberni is just about as central as you can be. The ocean is just a few steps away, as is Stanley Park. Luxury shopping along Alberni Street, countless upscale restaurants including Hawksworth and Market, cocktail bars and cute cafés—it’s all around you.