New models of 888 West Broadway, slated to replace the Park Inn

A dramatic redevelopment of the existing Park Inn on West Broadway, designed by Arno Matis Architecture, is seeking approval from the city.

888 West Broadway will replace the existing hotel with Vancouver’s first WELL-certified building — a standard that combines top-notch design and construction practices with health and wellness interventions.

There will be two buildings, an eight-storey west block with 258 traditional hotel rooms, and a 10-storey east block with 180 long-term stay hotel rooms with kitchenettes. Both blocks will be atop a three-storey podium with ground floor retail and hotel amenities.

Proposed exterior materials include wood, architectural concrete and high efficiency glazing. Six levels of underground parking are proposed.

888 West Broadway building modelModel of 888 W Broadway built by A B Scale. Credit: Goldie Colin888 West Broadway building modelModel of 888 W Broadway built by A B Scale. Credit: Goldie ColinPark Inn proposal 878-898 West BroadwayRendering of hotel proposal to replace the Park Inn at 878-898 West Broadway. Credit: City of VancouverPark Inn proposal 878-898 West BroadwayRendering of hotel proposal to replace the Park Inn at 878-898 West Broadway. Credit: City of VancouverPark Inn proposal 878-898 West BroadwayRendering of hotel proposal to replace the Park Inn at 878-898 West Broadway. Credit: City of Vancouver
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