1910 Pendrell Street was a small one-storey building at the southwest corner of Pendrell Street and Gilford Street.
Legal Description: District Lot: 185; Block 71; north half of Lot 8.
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 October 10, 2019].
Vancouver directory listings from 1903 to 1911.
|Vacant||1903 to 1906|
|Airey, William||1907 to 1914|
Although William Airey was in the name listing of the Vancouver directories until 1914, this address did not appear in the Vancouver street directories after 1911.
In 1916, the Vancouver fire department responded to a chimney fire in William Airey’s shack. The newspaper report said that the address was “910 Pendrill Street.” Since the lowest number for Pendrell Street addresses is 1000, and since Mr. Airey had lived at 1910 Pendrell Street in earlier years, it is probable that the small house was still at 1910 Pendrell Street in 1916, although it may not have been there for much longer.
Vancouver Sun, January 18, 1916, page 8, column 3.
In 1939, the then-vacant property was part of a small park-like area at the southwest corner of Pendrell Street and Gilford Street.
By 1941, the property was part of the site of Huntington Apartments, which had an address of 1915 Beach Avenue.
Since 1991, the property has been part of the site of Eugenia Place, which has an address of 1919 Beach Avenue.