1210 Jervis St, Vancouver BC
A: Primary Significance
Holly Lodge was designed in the Second Renaissance Revival style by Wright, Rushforth and Cahill and constructed in 1910-1911. A building permit for April 1910 lists its value as $100,000. The owner was Pacific Investment Corp. Ltd.
This building clearly illustrates the high density to which West End apartments were built during the Edwardian era. It features a superior use of metal bays, and inset angled windows.
Vancouver Heritage Inventory Summary Report 1986 Phase II
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