The Sun Tower is a skyscraper in the Canadian city of Vancouver. It is 82 meters high, has 17 floors and is built in the Beaux- Arts style. The address is 100 West Pender Street. The most striking feature of the building is painted green dome on the tower. Nine Muses support the cornice. The terracotta bricks come from Tamworth in England.
The building was built in 1912 by order of Louis Denison Taylor for the newspaper Vancouver World and was at the beginning of World Building. Until 1914 it was the tallest building in the whole of the British Empire. As the Vancouver Sun newspaper in 1937 bought the building, it was renamed the Sun Tower.
Parts of the television series The Crow: Stairway to Heaven were filmed in the Sun Tower.