Tiffany & Co. opens expanded, two-level shop in downtown Vancouver

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      After more than a year of renovations, Vancouver’s Tiffany & Co. has finally completed work on its expansion, revealing a new two-level flagship that is triple the size of its former space.

      Situated at 723 Burrard Street and at the head of what has become known as Vancouver’s luxury row, the new 9,762-square-foot shop carries a wide range of the American jeweller’s premium diamond and stone accessories, including engagement rings, necklaces, brooches, and bracelets.

      Taking over the space formerly occupied by Kamei Royale Japanese restaurant on the upper floor, the new Tiffany & Co. now boasts double-height ceilings and a second-level mezzanine. The added square footage allows the company, known for its iconic, turquoise jewellery boxes, to enlarge its fine-jewellery, fashion, bridal, gift, and private-sales salons.

      Marble, walnut paneling, and velvet drapery decorate the interiors, while the curved, granite façade—marked with Tiffany-blue awnings—nods to the label’s Fifth Avenue flagship and American Deco skyscrapers of the ’30s and ’40s.

      The opening of the new shop, considered the company’s Vancouver flagship store, coincides with Tiffany & Co.’s 10th anniversary in the city. The high-end jeweller also operates stores in Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, and Ottawa. 

      “Our investment in this new space is a representation of our commitment to Canada and to the city of Vancouver,” said Wendy Eagan, vice president of Tiffany & Co. Canada, in a press release.

      Check out the images below for a peek at the new Tiffany & Co. on Burrard Street.

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