Business / Real Estate
National housing economist Elliot Eisenberg is set to keynote the Building Industry Association of Clark County's monthly membership dinner, which begins with cocktails at 5:30 p.m. May 23 at the Heathman Lodge, 7801 N.E. Greenwood Drive, Vancouver.
Total Wine & More, the nation's biggest chain, opens today near Vancouver mall
Another large liquor store chain — the nation's biggest — has arrived in Vancouver to cash in locally on the state's newly privatized market for selling hard liquor.
Clark County home sales continued to rise in April, as increasing numbers of homeowners listed houses for sale and interested buyers quickly snapped up the inventory.
Months after a fire destroyed hotel, many challenges remain in determining what will become of the site
To the Interstate 5 commuters who daily pass the riverfront property, the site that for months was buried under the charred remains of Portland's Thunderbird on the River Hotel now appears ready for redevelopment.
Request proposes master lease deal for 40-100 units
A commuter college since its 1996 opening, Washington State University Vancouver's Salmon Creek campus could offer an option for nearby student housing by the start of its fall 2014 semester.
Like a scene from the 17th century, local carpenters are using old-world craftsmanship to build a pavilion this month at Ridgefield's Bethany Vineyard.
Vancouver-based organic grocer, Chuck's Produce & Street Market, now has a second store under construction in the Salmon Creek area on the northeast corner of Northeast Highway 99 and 117th Street.
Availability of approved land cited as a limit
WASHINGTON — U.S. homebuilders broke the 1 million mark in March for the first time since June 2008, signaling continued strength for the housing recovery as the spring buying season starts.
Banks 'moving quicker than ever' on homes
Distressed Clark County homeowners have not been as lucky in avoiding foreclosure over the past five months, according to local housing experts and national data released on Thursday.
Integra will consolidate operations on old HP campus
Portland-based telecommunications company Integra announced Wednesday that it move its headquarters and some 500 employees next year to the former Hewlett-Packard campus in east Vancouver, a move that will provide much-needed jobs and a boost in confidence to Clark County.