1831 Robson Street was on the north side of Robson Street,west of Denman Street.
Legal description: District Lot 185; Block 65; west half of Lot 32.
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 May 5, 2019].
Vancouver directory listings from 1908 to 1920:
|1908 to 1910||Creech, William Robert|
|1911||Thomas, Herbert Edward|
|1912 to 1914||Creech, Frederick James|
|1915||Jordan, George N. Jr.|
|1916 to 1917||Drew, Elizabeth Jane|
|1918||Stuart, Grover Franklin (listed as Glover F Stuart under Vancouver names) (son of Whitfield Walker Stuart).|
|1919||McCallum, Esmée (Mrs. Arthur Richard McCallum)|
|1920||Davidson, Mrs. E.C|
The first advertisements for the house appeared in 1907.
By November 1907, the Creech family had moved into the house.
The house often had rooms for rent.
In 1919, the contents of the house were for sale by auction.
In 1933, the contents of the house were for sale as part of the administration of an estate.
The house continued to offer rental accommodation.
In 1945, the house was for sale.
In 1964, Lot 32 became the site of a 12-storey apartment building with an address of 1831 Robson Street. It was called “Park Ridge Towers” or “Park Ridge Tower.”
1831 Robson, Vancouver BC Canada; http://skyscraperpage.com/cities/?buildingID=53888.
1831 Robson in Vancouver; https://en.phorio.com/1831_robson,_vancouver,_canada.