Rising 650 feet at the corner of Georgia and Thurlow, the city’s tallest building is redefining the skyline with its distinctive architectural design. The 62-storey mixed use development combines retail and restaurants at grade with the first 15 floors occupied by a 120 room Shangri-La Hotel, marking the luxury hotel resort chain’s first North American property.
The $350 million condo tower was co-developed by Westbank Projects and Peterson Investment Group. Ledcor construction was construction manager.
The first 19 floors of the Shangri-La structure is a luxury hotel, with all the stories upward sold as high-end family units. We were tasked to supply the complete door frame and hardware package from the basement to the penthouse. This included custom-made washroom accessories designed specifically for the hotel and luxury family skyscraper. One of the many reasons we were chosen was our large, high-quality product line.