As gas-station sites are being redeveloped (a consequence of rising land values and dropping gasoline consumption), major intersections are changing identity.  Gas stations, after all, were the ultimate in low-density use: primarily parking lots with gas pumps.  Typically located on high-traffic intersections in prominent locations, the sites are being filled in with, at best, prominent buildings.
Here’s the latest at the southeast corner of Cambie and 12th, immediately opposite City Hall:

It went through several iterations in massing in order to avoid affecting the view of City Hall from from the north – and the mixed-use result looks good.  Anyone know the architect?