Amazing views from top of Vancouver's tallest towers

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Vancouver skyscrapers. Builders love them. City residents are divided about them because of the way in which they can alter the city’s character and block sunlight but some what to see the city reach higher limits and abandon a few of the city’s more ridiculous view cones.

But no matter what you think of them from the outside, the truth is most, if not everybody, loves the gorgeous views they offer from within.

If you’ve never had the chance to climb to the top floors of some of Vancouver’s tallest skyscrapers, we have picked for you a set of stunning city views which the residents of these towers enjoy every single day. Envious?

Living Shangri-La

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Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver

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1038 Canada Place
Building Height: 458 ft
Built in 2010
Image: Point2 Homes

The Private Residences at Hotel Georgia

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Address: 699 Howe Street
Building Height: 517 ft
Built in 2012
Image: Residence Georgia

The Melville

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1189 Melville Street
Building Height: 427 ft
Built in 2007
Image: Point2 Homes

Capitol Residences

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833 Seymour Street
Building Height: 414 ft
Built in 2010
Image: François Péladeau via Flickr

The Mark

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555 Pacific Street
Building Height: 405 ft
Built in 2013
Image: Point2 Homes

West One

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1408 North Strathmore Mews
Building Height: 410 ft
Built in 2002
Image: Point2 Homes

Shaw Tower

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Address: 1067 & 1077 West Cordova Street
Building Height: 489 ft
Built in 2004
Image: Point2 Homes

Patina

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955 Burrard Street
Building Height: 414 ft
Built in 2011
Image: BBA Design

One Wall Centre

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Address: 1000 Burrard Street
Building Height: 491 ft
Built in 2001
Image: Point2 Homes

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