preserving historic cultural institutions and historic buildings.
Community Amenities and Benefits
Since its founding in 1969, Wall Financial Corporation has invested in preserving some of Metro Vancouver’s historic cultural institutions and historic buildings. It also committed to investment in public art, public spaces, and architectural design that shapes the City’s future.
This commitment to the City’s architectural past includes the revitalization of cultural landmarks such as the Orpheum Theatre, the Stanley Theatre, and the York Theatre, which continue to thrive as important venues in Vancouver’s cultural scene.
The restoration of Shannon Estate, one of the City’s most notable turn-of-the-century mansions was completed in 2015.
the historic Shannon Estate
Heritage revitalization and presentation of the historic Shannon Estate at 57th Avenue & Granville Street. The heritage elements consist of a Beaux-Art Mansion, elaborate Italianate garden, a Coach House, Gate House, and a perimeter stone and brick privacy wall. Completed in 2015.
BMO theatre centre
Construction and development of a new performance theatre space with 200 seats and associated administration offices totalling approximately 44,000 sq. ft. of area as part of the Wall Centre False Creek development on 1st Avenue in southeast False Creek. Completed in 2016