ART + CULTURE
In the 1880s, George Leslie built a Queen Anne-style home on Hornby Street that came to be known as Leslie House. Ninety years later, the heritage residence formed part of Umberto Menghi’s famed Il Giardino restaurant. Today, Leslie House is a local landmark and an asset to the community. As one of Vancouver’s treasured heritage homes, the “little yellow house” will be carefully restored and relocated to Pacific Street.
Grosvenor values arts and culture and understands the positive impact they can have on vibrancy and diversity in cities. At The Pacific, a Canadian artist has been commissioned to create a public art installation that aims to respond to the architecture and engage with the community. Across the lane, Grosvenor will be constructing a seven-storey building to be given to the City of Vancouver that will provide brand new space for artists and cultural organizations to come together.
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