1935 Haro Street

1935 Haro Street is the address associated with District Lot 185; Block 66, Lot 28.

It was originally part of the yard surrounding the house at 1945 Haro Street.

 

1900 Block Haro Street - Detail from Insurance plan - City of Vancouver, July 1897, revised June 1903 - Sheet 43 - Coal Harbour to Comox Street and Bidwell Street to Stanley Park

1900 Block Haro Street – Detail from Insurance plan – City of Vancouver, July 1897, revised June 1903 – Sheet 43 – Coal Harbour to Comox Street and Bidwell Street to Stanley Park

 

1900 Block Haro Street - Detail from Goad’s Atlas of the city of Vancouver – 1912 – Vol 1 – Plate 7 – Coal Harbour to Barclay Street and Cardero Street to Stanley Park

1900 Block Haro Street – Detail from Goad’s Atlas of the city of Vancouver – 1912 – Vol 1 – Plate 7 – Coal Harbour to Barclay Street and Cardero Street to Stanley Park.

 

1945 Haro Street; detail from Goad’s Atlas of Vancouver, Volume 1, Plate 48 [Denman Street to Georgia Street to Chilco Street to Haro Street]; https://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/plate-48-denman-street-to-georgia-street-to-chilco-street-to-haro-street.

In 1926, a new apartment building appeared on Lot 28, with an address of 1935 Haro Street.

 

Wrigley’s British Columbia Directory, 1926, page 453 (Haro Street).

 

The building was called “Haro Lodge.”

 

Vancouver Province, May 15, 1929, page 27, column 8.

 

Vancouver Sun, June 17, 1960, page 46, column 4.

 

1935 Haro Street; 1962; detail from West End from the air, Vancouver City Archives; Air P96; https://searcharchives.vancouver.ca/west-end-from-air.

 

In 1977, Lort and Lort Architects applied to build a 22-unit apartment building at 1935 Haro Street.

 

Vancouver Province, July 9, 1977, page 18, columns 8-9.

 

It appears that this project did not go ahead.

 

Sundial at the Park

In 1987, Neal Stanizkis Doll Architects applied for a permit to build a nine-storey apartment building at 1935 Haro Street.

 

Vancouver Sun, September 26, 1987, page 21, columns 2-3.

 

The building is called “Sundial at the Park.” It was nearly complete by the end of August 1988.

 

Vancouver Sun, August 20, 1988, page C8, columns 1-4.

 

1900 block of Haro Street, north side, Vanmapp, City of Vancouver; http://vanmapp.vancouver.ca/pubvanmap_net/default.aspx. [Includes 1912 Goad’s map of Vancouver and property addresses in 2019.]

1935 Haro Street; Google Streets; searched June 7, 2019; image dated August 2018.

 

Sources

Sundial at the Park; 1935 Haro Street; https://bccondos.net/1935-haro-st.