$554K price tag to replace iconic tree at top of condo building

A distinct outline is missing from the Vancouver skyline: the living landmark that stood atop a condo building in the West End.  A pin oak has stood tall over the city since 1987, perched 19 storeys up on a building near Stanley Park.  In a city known for its verdant canopy, the tree was its single most-memorable for many residents and tourists.  But those who frequent the area have noticed that the tree is no longer there.    Read the article……………


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