The Erickson

1203-1560 Homer Mews

$6,000,000 VANCOUVER CITY VANCOUVER WEST Yaletown Apartment/Condo Residential Attached 1 Storey Upper Unit Featured For Sale Virtual Tour
  • Address:
    1203-1560 Homer Mews
  • Postal Code: V6Z 0A5
  • MLS® Number: R2392044
  • Listed By: RE/MAX Select Properties
  • Year Built: 2010
  • Size: 2,214 Sq ft
  • Style: Upper Unit
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2.5
  • Parking: 3
  • Maintenance Fee: $2,055
  • Tax: $28,983
  • Tax Year: 2019
  • View: 270 degree Water & City View
  • Features: Building Features and Amenities
    • 60-foot indoor ozonated pool
    • Whirlpool, steam room and sauna
    • Fully equipped fitness centre
    • Massage and spa facilities
    • Yoga/Pilates studio
    • Changing rooms
    • Theatre
    • Private boardroom
    • 24-hour concierge service
    • Framed by waterfront on 3 sides
    • Direct suite access via private elevator
    • Advanced air-cooling system
    • Valet Services including dry cleaning, food delivery, etc.

Property Description

The Erickson

The ultimate fusion of structural art, prestigious location and luxurious living, this architectural masterpiece designed by famous Canadian architect Arthur Erickson is situated in the most exclusive and treasured site in Vancouver. Framed by waterfront vistas on three sides and developed by the elite Concord Pacific Group, the Erickson offers unique architecture, luxurious finishings, phenomenal water views and an abundance of world-class amenities and security features. Steps from Vancouver’s seawall, restaurants, cafes, parks and marina, this legacy building offers unparalleled luxury, exclusivity, privacy and security that will surpass the expectations of the most discerning buyer

This Arthur Erickson legacy is a spiraling triumph of contemporary architecture, luminous glass and contoured concrete framework on the northern edge of picturesque False Creek. Defined by luxury and exclusivity, the 17-story tower stands out in Vancouver’s skyline with its signature structural twist, allowing for panoramic views of the waterfront, the mountains, and the city.

Upon entering the serene and private grounds, residents and guests are greeted by a stunning entrance and elegantly-furnished lobby leading to the 24-hour concierge desk and private elevators. The tower floor plate consists of three suites each with direct elevator access and a separate elevator dedicated for servicing and firefighting.

The Erickson offers incomparable amenities and conveniences to enhance the enjoyment, health and lifestyle of its residents.

One of Vancouver’s most prestigious waterfront addresses, the Erickson encompasses the finest level of ownership, convenience and lifestyle.

Building Details

  • Address: 1560 Homer Mews
  • Year built: 2010
  • Developer: Concord Pacific
  • Architect: Arthur Erickson
  • Number of Levels: 17
  • Units in the development: 43
  • Units in the strata: 60
  • Management Co: Rancho Management Services

Building Features and Amenities

  • 60-foot indoor ozonated pool
  • Whirlpool, steam room and sauna
  • Fully equipped fitness centre
  • Massage and spa facilities
  • Yoga/Pilates studio
  • Changing rooms
  • Theatre
  • Private boardroom
  • 24-hour concierge service
  • Framed by waterfront on 3 sides
  • Direct suite access via private elevator
  • Advanced air-cooling system
  • Valet Services including dry cleaning, food delivery, etc.

 Suite 1203

This is a rare opportunity to purchase a highly-prized ‘03’ suite in the Erickson. This home provides the highest level of finishing and unsurpassed sophistication. Floor to ceiling windows and the spacious panoramic balcony with frameless eclipse doors allow full appreciation of the unobstructed views of Vancouver and False Creek. The fully-equipped chef’s kitchen offers top of the line appliances, wine fridge and custom-crafted cabinetry, perfect for entertaining and preparing gourmet meals while taking 270-degree water views.

The coveted and rarely-available south-facing ’03’ floor plan not only offers the best views in the building, but also the most functional and superbly-designed layout with an abundance of natural light and views from every room. The expansive living space features a cozy media room, spacious living room and dining area, both of which open up to the south-facing balcony. Both bedrooms offer complete privacy as they are situated at opposite ends of the home, each with its own luxurious ensuite and walk-in closet.

The principal bedroom is a welcoming and relaxing space to retire to each night while taking in the southwest views and majestic Pacific Northwest sunsets. The spa-inspired ensuite epitomizes luxury with its imported limestone-clad walls, steam shower, top-quality tub, polished glass countertops and heated floors.

Custom Upgrades

  • built-in adjustable shelving in the pantry adjacent to the laundry-room
  • raised glass bar along the length of the kitchen island for drinks and casual dining
  • pull-out shelves in the principal ensuite bathroom cabinets
  • doors covering the mid-length display space in the principal bedroom built-in unit, with lighting and shelving for extra storage and glass shelving in the display space above
  • the wood floors in the bedrooms replacing the wall-to-wall carpet
  • extra lighting in the principal bedroom walk-in closet
  • a full-length mirror in the same closet
  • extra lighting in the media room
  • a built-in entertainment-storage unit for tv/audio components
  • motorized remote-control operated window coverings throughout; ivory-coloured blackout drapes in the principal bedroom and “see-through” blinds elsewhere
  • a reverse-osmosis water-filter unit with a plumbed-in kitchen faucet
  • a customized teak bench in the principal ensuite shower
  • a completely new powder room with a custom-built cabinet and storage-space, new fixtures, wall paper, creamy marble countertop
  • a new cable device that restored operation of the in-mirror TV screen in the principal bathroom

Suite 1203 Details

  • 2,214sf
  • 239sf South facing balcony
  • limestone flooring in main living spaces
  • rich hardwood flooring in bedrooms and hallways
  • walnut millwork and wall paneling
  • custom built-ins and storage
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2.5 bathrooms
  • 9’ ceilings
  • Private three-car garage with storage area

Kitchen Details

  • Custom-crafted cabinetry with soft-touch closures and silent glides
  • Miele convection wall oven
  • Miele steam oven
  • Miele warming drawer
  • Sub-Zero fridge/freezer and wine cooler
  • Miele dishwasher
  • Viking 5-burner gas cooktop

Ensuite Details

  • Cove-lit vanity mirror with built-in LCD TV that fades to mirror when off
  • Steam shower
  • Fully automatic Toto toilet
  • Lavasca soaker tub
  • Limestone walls
  • Polished glass countertops
  • Heated floors
  • Frameless glass showers

Unsurpassed Privacy and Security

Residents of the Erickson can relax with privacy and security measures that ensure ultimate discretion and comfort. Personal encoded entry devices and direct suite elevator access allows residents to come and go freely from their home in a private and secure manner. The advanced security systems throughout the building and 24-hour concierge ensure only welcomed guests and residents gain access.

Privacy and Security Details

  • 24-hour concierge
  • 24-hour video surveillance of entryways
  • Personal encoded entry devices
  • In-suite built-in security
  • Telephone/video entry system
  • Double-gated remote-entry access to secured underground parking
  • Individual private garages
  • Direct suite elevator access
  • In-suite keyed elevator lock-off

Unbeatable Location and Community

At the southern foot of Homer Mews in Yaletown, the Erickson is located on the waterfront of False Creek North just steps from Vancouver’s world-renowned seawall. The spiraling tower is part of a large comprehensively-planned urban residential development in Vancouver and it occupies a prominent site on the waterfront promenade.

Living at the Erickson means residents are minutes away from parks, marinas, restaurants, cafes and world-class shopping. The vibrant Yaletown community offers a tremendous blend of amenities, shops and services, all within walking distance or accessible by bike. Community centers and schools, both public and independent, are also just steps away.

  • surrounded by parks with playground equipment
  • tennis and basketball courts next door
  • Urban Fare and Choices are steps away
  • Roundhouse Community Arts, Recreation Centre and skytrain station are within short walking distance


  •  Public
    • Elsie Roy Elementary School (K – 7)
    • King George Secondary School (8 – 12)
  • French Immersion
    • General Gordon Elementary (6 – 7)
    • Kitsilano Secondary (8 – 12)
  • Independent
    • Anchor Point Montessori School (K – 7)
    • Pattison School (9 – 12)
    • The Westside School (K – 9)
    • Lowell High School (10 – 12)
    • St John’s International School (10 – 12)
    • Columbia Academy (10 – 12)
    • Blessed Sacrament School (K – 7)
    • Century High School (10 – 12)

Arthur Erickson

Global architect and master planner of over 700 projects worldwide.


Arthur Charles Erickson was a passionate advocate of cultural awareness, and a fervent explorer of human and natural environments. His buildings, though remarkably diverse, share deep respect for their surroundings and benefit from the dramatic use of space and light. He has brought to his work an understanding of the community of man that, when filtered through his insightful mind and fertile imagination, gives birth to a singular architecture that is in dialogue with the world.

A Vancouver, B.C. native, Erickson studied at the University of British Columbia and later at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec. Advanced studies took Erickson to Greece, Italy, the Middle East and Japan, where he discovered the nuances of architectural style in climate and terrain.

In 1963, Erickson reached a landmark moment in his career when he won a competition to design Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia. Upon the University’s completion, his integrative design gained international acclaim, opening the gateway to a long and distinguished career.

As both architect and professor, Erickson has contributed much to the architectural community. His works include The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia, the Provincial Law Courts in Vancouver, the San Diego Convention Center, Napp Laboratories in Cambridge, England, the Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C., California Plaza in Los Angeles, and most recently the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington.

Erickson’s noteworthy contributions and innovative design work earned him the Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects in 1986. The highest honor bestowed by the A.I.A, Erickson received numerous awards and degrees including gold medals from the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada in 1984 and the French Academie d’Architecture in 1986.

Design Philosophy

“Architecture, as I see it, is the art of composing spaces in response to existing environmental and urbanistic conditions to answer a client’s needs. In this way the building becomes the resolution between its inner being and the outer conditions imposed upon it. It is never solitary but is part of its setting and thus must blend in a timeless way with its surroundings yet show its own fresh presence.

We are not peddlers of the fashionable. We believe that good design defies fashion, is truly innovative, eminently sensible, yet a source of inspiration to those who have the pleasure of living with it.”

– Arthur Erickson