Edmonton Oilers owner puts Vancouver penthouse on market for $38 million (PHOTOS)

Jan 10 2018, 5:37 pm

If you have some spare change laying around the house that happens to add up to $38 million, you could soon find yourself in the past home of an NHL hockey team owner.

Daryl Katz, owner of the Edmonton Oilers, has just listed his stunning Vancouver penthouse at $38 million – hardly the billionaire’s most valuable asset, as the team itself comes in at a $520 million, according to the most recent assessment made by Forbes.

Even so, it’s still a pretty penny to snag the penthouse sitting atop Vancouver’s Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel, and photos of the place will show you exactly why.

With four and a half bathrooms, four bedrooms, and a total of 6,652 square feet, the penthouse is larger than most houses – especially compared to those in the Vancouver area.

Katz himself is valued at around $4 billion, making him the 19th richest person in Canada, and the 693rd richest world-wide.

If you’re anything like us (and everyone we know, or have ever talked to) the closest you are to owning a place like this is simply day-dreaming over a few photos of what $38 million can get you in Vancouver.

Consider it motivation to make that first million – then you’ve only got 37 more to go after that…


Office and closet (Malcolm Hasman)


Living room (Malcolm Hasman)


View of Vancouver (Malcolm Hasman)


Washroom (Malcolm Hasman)


Dining room (Malcolm Hasman)


View of Stanley Park (Malcolm Hasman)

One of the bedrooms (Malcolm Hasman)

Personal gym (Malcolm Hasman)

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Family room (Malcolm Hasman)

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The stairs to upstairs (Malcolm Hasman)