1800 Alberni Street was on the south side of Alberni Street, between Denman Street and Gilford Street.
Legal Description: District Lot 185, Block 65, west half of Lot 29.There are no references to this property in Heritage Vancouver Society’s database of historic building permits: http://permits.heritagevancouver.org/index.php?cID=1 [searched March 20, 2019].
Vancouver directory listings from 1903 to 1926.
|1903 to 1917||Burke, James|
|1918 to 1926||Pearce, Alfred Charles|
In 1932, the contents of the house were for sale by auction.
In 1954, the house was for sale.
In 1957, the house was demolished, along with the neighbouring houses of 743 Denman Street, 751 Denman Street and 761 Denman Street.
A low-rise commercial building later appeared on the site.
In 2018, a developer called Landa Global announced plans to build a 21-storey condominium tower on the site, with affordable accommodations on the lower floors.
“Landa Global to develop luxurious tower at 1810 Alberni Street,” by Peter Meiszner, January 11, 2018; https://urbanyvr.com/landa-global-1810-alberni-denman:
“Vancouver-based Landa Global has acquired a prominent corner at Denman and Alberni in the West End, with plans for a 21-storey luxury condominium tower, with affordable housing units on the lower floors.
The upcoming tower, at 1810 Alberni Street, will have 36 high-end, luxury units on the upper floors, and 24 affordable market rental housing units on the second and third floors.
There will also be 3,906 sq. ft. of commercial retail space on the ground floor. . . .
The building will replace an existing one-storey retail building currently home to Ciao Bello Italian restaurant, a bike rental shop, and the Blind Sparrow restaurant.”
Note: later sources state that the address of the new building would be 1818 Alberni Street: 1818 Alberni by Landa Global; http://vancouver4life.com/1818-alberni-landa-global/.
“Two-lobe floor plan for family-oriented West End development could get the green light this week,” by Charlie Smith, Georgia Straight, April 1, 2018; https://www.straight.com/news/1051901/two-lobe-floor-plan-family-oriented-west-end-development-could-get-green-light-week.