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What do you think is the ugliest building in the Lower Mainland?

The last stone panel on the side of downtown Vancouver’s Sears building was removed today, bringing to an end the building’s reign as “Vancouver’s unending urinal wall.”

The Sears building is being retrofitted for a new Nordstrom department store, office space and extension to Pacific Centre, scheduled to open in the fall of 2015.

As part of the renovation, the building’s last distinctive white stone panel was removed today during a special ceremony.

Watch: Samantha Falk has more on the panel removal:

Now that the Sears building is no more, we want to know: What do you think is the Lower Mainland’s ugliest building? Have a look at some of our suggestions, and leave your comments and suggestions below.

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Former Sears building in downtown Vancouver.
Former Sears building in downtown Vancouver.
Aquatic Centre in Vancouver's West End.
Aquatic Centre in Vancouver's West End.
ICBC building in North Vancouver.
ICBC building in North Vancouver. Flickr
SFU Burnaby campus.
SFU Burnaby campus. Global News File

NOTE: Global News was contacted by the management of the Chateau Granville Hotel, which is currently undergoing a substantial renovation. It has been removed from the list.

Chateau Granville Hotel renovations 2013.
Chateau Granville Hotel renovations 2013. Chateau Granville