Standing 60 storeys tall at the pinnacle of downtown Vancouver, CURV is luxury with purpose. As the tallest Passive House in the world, it raises the standard for energy efficiency, carbon emissions, and air quality—for the wellbeing of residents today and generations tomorrow..
Located at the pinnacle of the city skyline, CURV will reach the height of livability and luxury. Perfectly positioned among Vancouver’s best shopping and entertainment and steps from the Central Business District and Nelson Park, CURV is optimally accessible by foot, bike or car. Whatever else may come, CURV will stay at the top.
- Completes in 2027
- Located at 1400 Robson St, Vancouver, BC
- Designed by designers of 7-star Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai
- 350 presale condos with 360-degree city views
- 60 storeys tall
- Beside Nelson Park
- 300 meters to St. Paul’s Hospital
- Close proximity to King George Secondary School
- 5-minute drive to Vancouver Public Library
- 7-minute drive to Stanley Park
- Right in the heart of Downtown Vancouver
Walk Score — 97
Daily errands do not require a car
Transit Score — 100
World-class public transportation
Daily errands can be accomplished on a bike
Befitting a first-in-class property, CURV will deliver performance luxury features and amenities. Attention to detail reaches full expression in 358 beautiful, functional, custom-crafted condominiums, beginning on the 21st floor and towering over the city.
Award-winning designer Andres Escobar in collaboration with interior design studio Lemay_id are similarly attuned to taste, elegance, and discernment. Having contributed to New York and Montreal’s top businesses in the commercial, retail, restaurant, hospitality, and residential sectors, their interiors will complement the sophistication of CURV.
The international Passive House standard, deeply rooted in German and Canadian engineering, is globally recognized as the highest-level building standard for healthful, energy-efficient homes. It requires a super-insulated, ventilated form that needs up to 90% less heating and cooling energy than conventional buildings—far ahead of the City of Vancouver’s 2030 targets for net zero ready emissions. Carbon-conscious, quiet, healthy, with the highest performance at lower ongoing costs: CURV is engineered to assure an optimal home environment for years to come.