Located in the heart of historic Chinatown. This building was built in 1901 by Lee Chong and Lee Woy as both residential and commercial on the west end of Fisgard Street. This beautiful unit overlooks the main street of North America’s oldest and smallest Chinatown where one can be a part of the hustle and bustle from a far or join in the action. The area host numerous bakeries, grocery stores, restaurants such as Don Mee, the historic Fan Tan Alley and many others. For the beer enthusiast, there are four breweries within a one block radius such as Philips, Vancouver Island, Swans and Canon. The street activity comes to a slow halt after 6:00 pm where most of the stores close for the day, offering a Zen zone to enjoy the setting sun on the wrought iron balcony.
The unit has large heritage windows and a seventeen (17) feet skylight that allows the flow of bright natural light into the living area, illuminating the unit. It has twelve (12) feet high ceilings offering a cheerful and airy atmosphere within the bustle of Chinatown.+ More