The New Yorker

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1066 Hamilton Street


Completion: 1994
Airbnb Rentals: No
Air Conditioning: No
EV Charging: No

Living at The New Yorker

Welcome to New Yorker at 1066 Hamilton Street, Yaletown. A boutique building with 24 lofts over 4 levels, built in 1911 and converted in 1994 at Hamilton and Helmcken Street. One of Yaletown's finest loft conversions, these homes feature exposed brick and timber construction, open floor plans, concrete floors, and warehouse style windows.The building is meticulously maintained with a brand new roof and spectacular common rooftop deck for residents to enjoy summers.Spacious layouts throughout the building ranging from 930 sq ft to 1500 sq ft, and are selling at approximately $1100 per square foot since 2021. Strata fee is 0.72 per square foot in 2023. These are one of a kind lofts that are rare in Vancouver, surrounded by the city's finest restaurants, shops, access to to transit & the seawall.

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Building Details

Rentals Allowed
Pets Allowed
4 Storeys
24 Suites

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