Paradox Hotel Vancouver

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Trump Vancouver
General information
Roof188 metres (617 ft)
Technical details
Floor count63

The Trump International Hotel and Tower Vancouver is a skyscraper that is located in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. It is 188 meters (617 feet) tall and has 63 floors. Once completed, it claimed the title of second largest building in Vancouver behind the Shangri-La tower. Construction for the building was cancelled in 2009. On June 19, 2013, during a press conference, Holborn Group president Joo Kim Tiah and Donald Trump along with his three children unveiled the $360 million Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver. The building opened in the fall of 2016.[1] The hotel will feature Vancouver's first pool bar nightclub.[2]

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  1. Jang, Brent (19 June 2013). "Trump brand arrives in B.C. with Vancouver tower plan". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved 2014-03-05.
  2. "Trump Hotel Collection website - Vancouver". Trump Hotel Collection. Retrieved 2014-03-05.

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