Captain French at 41 Alexander St
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Captain French at 41 Alexander St is a restored heritage building in Gastown. Converted in 1989, the building has 20 units in total with underground parking for some units (which are worth a lot in Gastown), storage lockers and a great common rooftop deck with BBQ and incredible views of the mountains.
The building itself is made of brick and timber, leaving many of the units with original brick walls and Douglas Fir beams. In an interesting (and awesome) move by the Developer, the units were sold fairly bare after the conversation allowing owners to add their own design to the finished space, which means the units all have different floor plans, finishings and features.
41 Alexander is located in the heart of Gastown – only steps to Gassy Jack and some of the best restaurants and bars (L’Abbatoir, The Diamond, Ask for Luigi, Tacofino, The Pourhouse, Guu, Cuchillo, and so much more) along with the best stores (boutique clothing stores, home stores, art, and more). You’re only a few blocks to the Waterfront Canada Line Station which takes you through the downtown core, to Cambie/Broadway and down to the Airport.
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