1218 Denman Street was on the east side of Denman Street, south of the intersection with Davie Street. It was part of a building that also included 1216 Denman Street.
Legal Description: District Lot: 185; Block: 62; south half of Lot 14.
The building did not appear in the 1901 and 1903 versions of a Vancouver fire insurance plan. However, it was present in the 1912 and later plans.
Vancouver directory listings from 1908 to 1920.
|1908 to 1909||Frost, Ralph Emerson|
|1910 to 1911||Dack, Howard Fisher|
|1912||Torrance, William Lorne|
|1913 to 1914||Allen, George Bertram|
|1915 to 1917||Not listed under Vancouver streets|
|1918||Lang, Elizabeth (wife of Andrew Mackee Lang)|
|1919||Lang, Andrew Mackee|
|1920||Lorimer, John McIntosh|
Vancouver Province, September 4, 1920, page 18, column 5.
The part of the building that had an address of 1218 Denman Street continued as a private residence during the 1930s and 1940s.
The whole building was demolished in the late 1940s, along with other buildings on that part of the block.
From the late 1940s until the mid-1950s, the east side of the 1200 block of Denman Street was vacant, and it operated as a parking lot.
In 1958, a developer built the Berkeley Tower apartment building on the site. (The address is 1770 Davie Street.)
Further information appears on the page for 1224 Denman Street: https://westendvancouver.wordpress.com/streets-a-to-h/denman-street/1000-to-1200-block-denman-street/1224-denman-street/