Well, in this case, the 1960s are coming down.
Nineteen sixty-one, to be specific – when Royal Towers was built as a hotel across the street from New Westminster City Hall. Now the aldermen, as they were known then, had a place to get a beer before and/or after council meetings. They probably drove over, given that the place was obviously designed for the car:
Once again, rising land values, acceptance of densification and better place-making are leading to the Last Days of Motordom: auto-dependent urban design. Here’s what is proposed: