The Trump International Hotel and Tower Vancouver is a skyscraper in Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The 63-storey, 187.8-metre (616 ft), mixed-use tower is located at 1151 West Georgia Street, and was completed in 2016. The Trump Tower is the second tallest building in the city, after the Shangri-La tower located across West Georgia Street.
The tower, designed by architect Arthur Erickson, is triangular in shape, twisting gradually with height up to 45 degrees from bottom to top. The building is described as having a 'hyperbolic paraboloid' form; the design is similar to the Absolute Tower in Mississauga, Ontario and Turning Torso in Malmö, Sweden. The developer, Holborn Group, is aiming for LEED Silver certification for the building. Holborn is backed financially by Tony Tiah Thee Kian, chairman of TA Enterprise. The nine-level derelict building formerly occupying the site was demolished.