For three centuries, Grosvenor has owned and managed over 300 acres of property in London’s desirable Belgravia and Mayfair districts. Today, we are one of the world’s largest privately owned businesses engaged in international property, food & agtech, rural estates and support for charitable initiatives.

Our interest and experience in Vancouver is well established, beginning 70 years ago when we expanded our property expertise to North America. Since then, we have grown an active residential development program and we continue to improve property and places by pursuing our Net Zero 2030 commitment, promoting sustainability within the built environment and enhancing the wellbeing of our customers and communities. 

Architecture + Design

The Pacific’s architecture reflects a desire for quiet sophistication that commands attention without extravagance.

On the tower’s north and south facades, a sleek curtain of floor-to-ceiling windows lends a clean, elegant finish. On the east and west facades, deep balconies in shades of white and grey create a sense of movement and texture from afar and below.

A brushed stainless steel frame extends the height of the tower, giving each facade its own identity. This use of contrast and reflection brings The Pacific to life, allowing the tower to mirror the sky’s mood.


Vancouver embodies the modern ideals of the world’s most livable cities.

Its unique urban identity – a result of global leadership in planning and architecture – is enhanced and softened by a spectacular setting.

Vancouver’s urban and natural edges meet on the bright southern shore, a quiet neighbourhood removed from the humming downtown core. Parks, sandy beaches, the seawall and seaside restaurants define this established residential community.

Sense of arrival

Step into a grand over-height lobby. Materials that complement the tower’s exterior extend inside to create a welcoming and impressive experience.

As a resident, you will enjoy 24-hour concierge service and the convenience of additional lobby access via a dedicated private driveway.


A thoughtfully landscaped and illuminated terrace provides an area for outdoor cooking and dining with intimate seating areas that connect to an elegantly appointed lounge and entertainment space inside.

A well-equipped fitness centre designed in collaboration with Elite Performance offers a bright and private space to focus on health and wellness.


Inspired by The Pacific’s timeless architecture, the interior of each home has been meticulously designed for optimal form and function.

Italian millwork by Snaidero is custom configured for every kitchen, bathroom and master and walk-in closet. Snaidero’s dedication to innovation, attention to detail and craftsmanship aligns with Grosvenor’s vision for The Pacific.

Refined Materials

Refined materials throughout each home include wide-plank engineered hardwood flooring and natural stone. Expansive windows frame views and draw in light. 

Colour palettes draw on the rich neutral tones of the tower’s exterior, ranging from fresh and bright, to bold and strong.


The Pacific’s location is ideally situated, steps from the conveniences of downtown and within minutes of Granville Island’s bustling markets, Yaletown’s culinary scene and the sandy beaches of Kitsilano and English Bay.

Leave your car at home and set out on foot or by bike, transit or boat. Board the Aquabus at the foot of Hornby Street for access to False Creek’s waterfront neighbourhoods.


Views span from the North Shore Mountains to Stanley Park, west to English Bay and Vancouver Island and across the downtown skyline to False Creek.

825 Pacific

Across the lane, Grosvenor is gifting 825 Pacific to the City of Vancouver. 221A an arts organization with a mission to work with artists and designers to research and develop social, cultural and ecological infrastructure serving the cultural sector will operate this new cultural hub.


Downtown Vancouver is renowned for its proximity to nature. The nearby seawall offers 28 kilometres of paths for walking, running and cycling, and is lined with parks and sandy beaches — from Sunset Beach to Coal Harbour to Spanish Banks.

Paddleboard, kayak or sail year-round from nearby launching points in False Creek and English Bay.


Grosvenor values arts and culture and understands the positive impact they can have on vibrancy and diversity in cities. At The Pacific, Canadian artist, Lyse Lemieux, was commissioned to create a public art installation titled ‘Personnages’ that responds to the architecture and engage with the community.