1182 Denman Street was one of three addresses in a building on the east side of Denman Street, north of the intersection with Davie Street. (Further general information appears on the page for 1178 Denman Street, 1180 Denman Street and 1182 Denman Street.)
Vancouver directory listings from 1909 to 1920.
|1909||Denman Billiard Room|
|1911||New College for Boys|
|1912||Levy, Beatrice A.|
|1915 to 1919||Lott, James|
|1920 to 1930s||English Bay Shoe Repairing Company|
In 1913, the property was available to rent.
From 1915 to about 1932, James Lott operated a shoe repair business at this location.
In 1932, the shoe repair business was for sale.
The space was vacant in 1934 and 1934.
In 1935, George Ainslie Evans and his wife, Margaret, operated the Particular Delicatessen at 1182 Denman Street.
In 1936, an auctioneer was selling the contents of 1182 Denman Street.
In 1937, Charles and Rose price were living at 1182 Denman Street. Rose operated the Home Café.
The business was for sale in 1937, 1938 and 1941.
In 1942 and 1947, the property from 1174 Denman Street to 1182 Denman Street was for sale.
In 1954, the contents of a café at 1182 Denman Street were for sale by auction.
In 1973, the Argyle Grocery at 1182 Denman Street was for sale.
In August 1975, there was a fire in two nearby buildings on Davie Street, including the Simpson Block, which was next door. The fire seriously burned parts of the Simpson Building. The smoke damaged the contents of the Argyle Grocery, which sometimes had an address of 1180 Denman Street, although its normal address was 1182 Denman Street.
The building later disappeared as part of the redevelopment of the Simpson Block site, which was at the northeast corner of Denman Street and Davie Street. Further information appears on the page for the Simpson Block.