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Sandstone Colour: Clark Drive and Rezoning Application

sandstone colour: But the building may soon be demolished, along with a few others to the west of it, according to Vancouver Courier. Developer Onni Group has filed a rezoning application. The building, located prominently on the southwest corner of East Hastings and Clark Drive, was later repainted a sandstone colour, which, with the columns, was designed to evoke the Parthenon.article continues below Trending Stories Elderly Vancouver driver crashes car through Mac's convenience store entrance Anti-Olympic protester cops plea bargain in Vancouver court Northern Lights might be visible over Metro Vancouver this week Belcarra park has turned into a parking zoo on hot summer weekends, mayor saysrelated East Hastings development could replace former Yolks and Brave Bull building Both colour schemes made sense as it was home to the Greek Village a restaurant run by the Cavadas family between 1960 and 1985, although their association with the property dates back many more decades. If approved, it would produce a three-building, 207-unit condo and social housing project designed by Yamamoto Architecture on five lots between 1220 and 1298 East Hastings. Photo Courtesy of Linda Shirley While the building at 1298 East Hastings has more recently been home to Brave Bull's House of Steaks and, briefly, Yolks, news of the proposed redevelopment sparked a flood of memories for Linda Shirley n e Cavadas since her family's association with the property was the longest almost 60 years. This photo of the Greek Village at Clark and East Hastings was taken sometime in the 1970s. ( As reported in the news.