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Designed by NSDA Architects in conjunction with Richard Henry Architect, Lido comprises of a 19 story high-rise building and a contrasting 6 story low-rise element which combine to house 183 residences, and the LIDOdeck—a rooftop pool with heated cabanas. The exterior brick draws from the rail-yard history of the southeast False Creek flats, while also adding classic form to the building's aesthetic. Designed to meet a LEED™ Gold standard, Lido utilizes green roofs, solar shading, and energy efficient glazing to reduce it's environmental impact.

Location 110 Switchmen Street Vancouver, BC
Floor & Residences 19 Floors 183 Residences
Amenities Concierge Fitness Studio Owners Lounge Lap Pool Rooftop Lounge
Project Team Bosa Properties NSDA Architects Richard Henry Architect BYU Designs

Olympic Village

Revitalized by the 2010 Winter Olympics and leveraging a modern urban plan, Olympic Village is home to trendy restaurants, bars, and breweries which reflect it's diverse, young residents. In the last decade, Olympic Village has become one of the most dynamic and livable neighbourhoods in Vancouver. Serviced by both the SkyTrain and the Canada Line, it is also one of the most connected.

Lido is well positioned to take full advantage of Vancouver's coveted urban lifestyle – as well as its spectacular natural surroundings.


Styled by BYU Designs, Lido's interiors boast topline appliances and fixtures in cleverly composed kitchens and bathrooms which combine design and livability. With sophisticated materials like wide-plank flooring, Carrera marble backsplashes, and custom millwork closets in all homes, the interiors at Lido are enduringly stylish.