The current apartment building at 1970 Haro Street is the third structure that has existed on this lot.
Legal Description: District Lot: 185; Block 67; Lot 12.
First Building: Wilson House: 1966 Haro Street
The first building on the lot was Dr. David Wilson’s large house, which had an address of 1966 Haro Street. (Further information appears on the page for 1966 Haro Street.) Dr. Wilson’s property included lots 11, 12 and 13.
Second Building: Low Rise Apartment Building: 1970 Haro Street
In 1954, the house at 1966 Haro Street was demolished, and three apartment buildings arose on the property.
Lot 12 became the site of an apartment building with an address of 1970 Haro Street.
The building remained on the site until the early 1990s.
Third Building: Condominium: 1970 Haro Street
In 1990, W.T. Leung Architects applied to the City of Vancouver for a permit to build an eight-storey apartment building on the property.
In May 1990, a developer was demolishing the apartment building and selling the contents.
By late 1992, a 15-suite condominium apartment building was on the site. The address of the new building is 1970 Haro Street, and the building’s name is Lagoon Royale.
Lagoon Royale; https://bccondos.net/1970-haro-st.
Lagoon Royale, 1970 Haro Vancouver BC V6G 1H6; Ian Watt; http://www.vancouver-condo.ca/Lagoon-Royale-1970-Haro-Vancouver-BC-V6G1H6-Ian-Watt.ubr.