Spencer Building Carrier Hotel, Vancouver’s newest state-of-the-art data center located at the iconic Harbour Centre, has made another significant stride in its building plans with the approval and acquisition of its Development Permit from the city of Vancouver.
The latest milestone in a multi-year, multi-million dollar rehabilitation project for the Spencer Building, this permit now allows the company to continue its 2016 heritage conservation plan to preserve some of the building’s most iconic exterior gothic revival and art deco features.
“It’s important to us to do things the right way and to go through the proper processes, as a sign of respect to such a historic building,” says Harbour Centre’s Director of Operations, Antonio Dal Sasso, “This is a heritage building that has served as one of the city’s business hubs for over 100 years. It’s a part of the fabric of our city, and we’re excited to be part of its newest chapter.”
With a vision to take Vancouver’s connectivity to the next-level, the Spencer Building Carrier Hotel team has been hard at work developing plans for the city’s latest state-of-the-art facility, which promises to provide access to all the carriers, network operators, cloud onramps and other service providers, effectively allowing them to do business on the West Coast and beyond.
Receiving this development permit means Spencer Building Carrier Hotel can now deploy outdoor equipment on the roof of the historic building and continue its progress toward a complete build-out by the end of 2023.
You can read the full announcement here.
For more information on Spencer Building Carrier Hotel, visit www.spencerbuilding.com