Developing the Southeast 192nd Avenue corridor

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Proposed mixed-use development

• Plan: City adopted standards that would redevelop the site for mixed business and residential uses. Much of the site has been used for gravel mining and related activities, which are winding down.

• Size: 553 acres.

• Timeline: Redevelopment could span the next 20-30 years.

• Cost: Estimated at more than $100 million.

Costco

• Plan: A 148,000-square-foot warehouse food and variety store with parking, an eight-pump fueling station and two separate retail buildings on the northeast corner of 192nd and First.

• Size: 6.5 acres.

• Timeline: Set to break ground this summer and open in late 2010 or early 2011.

• Cost: Estimated $40 million to $50 million.

Lacamas Square

• Plan: A 90,000-square-foot retail complex to include a 55,000-square-foot anchor store as part of a five-building center on the northwest corner of First Street and 192nd.

• Size: 6.5 acres.

• Timeline: Expected to break ground in late 2010.

• Cost: $30 million to $40 million.

Southwest Washington Medical Clinic

• Plan: A 95,000-square-foot office building for medical services such as drop-in urgency care, a primary physician practice component and possible pharmacy, imaging and physical therapy services.

• Size: 12 acres.

• Timeline: Expected to break ground in 2011.

• Cost: $26 million.

The Quarry Senior Living (new wing)

• Plan: A four-story addition to The Quarry senior living complex that will include 36 apartments for residents in need of assisted living.

• Size: Eight acres.

• Timeline: Opening this year.

• Cost: $3.6 million.

Clark College at Columbia Tech Center

• Plan: A four-story building that now serves as the community college’s east Vancouver campus at 18700 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd.

• Size: 9.7 acres.

• Timeline: Opened in 2009.

• Cost: $30 million.

KeyBank

• Plan: A new bank branch with two drive-up teller windows, a drive-up ATM and safe deposit boxes; a relocation from a previous location on Southeast 164th Avenue.

• Size: 3,000 square feet.

• Timeline: Opened in January.

• Cost: Unknown.

Quail Crossing

• Plan: A 69-lot residential subdivision of single-family homes, priced between $250,000 and $275,000. About 49 of the houses have been built or are under construction.

• Size: 10 acres.

• Timeline: Expects to build out within 12 months.

• Cost: $22.8 million.

192nd Avenue Station

• Plan: A retail strip-center development that would front Southeast 192nd Avenue from Southeast 15th Street south to 20th Street.

• Size: Five acres.

• Timeline: Start date dependent on market interest.

• Cost: Estimated $50 million.

192nd Avenue Plaza

• Plan: A mixed-use retail and office development that would include a mortgage company, a health and wellness center, a convenience store, two restaurants, a boutique and an auto-licensing business with drive-through service.

• Size: 1.5 acres.

• Timeline: Expected to open in August.

• Cost: $12 million.

Fisher Investments Campus

• Plan: A two-building office campus in Camas where the investments firm will move its Vancouver staff of 254 employees. The site could become a world headquarters for Fisher Investments and its staff of 1,000 employees, now mostly based in San Mateo, Calif.

• Size: 150 acres.

• Timeline: Site clearing under way, expected to break ground this year.

• Cost: $30 million.

SEH America/HP Campus

• Plan: SEH America, a subsidiary of Shin-Etsu Handotai and one of the county’s 10 largest employers, in June bought Hewlett-Packard’s east Vancouver campus for future redevelopment.

• Size: 174 acres.

• Timeline: No immediate plans. Portions of the property are being leased to HP for ongoing operations.

• Cost: Purchased for $55 million.

Providence Camas Medical Plaza

• Plan: A two-story clinic to be served by doctors and staff from Providence Medical Group, which treats publicly and privately insured patients.

• Size: 14,000 square feet.

• Timeline: Expected to break ground in March.

• Cost: $6.5 million.

Les Schwab Tire Center

• Plan: A tire center at 3200 S.E. 192nd Ave., with a showroom, repair shop and 61-stall parking lot.

• Size: 9,830-square-foot facility.

• Timeline: Unknown

• Cost: Unknown.

Proposed mixed-use development

• Plan: Land near the interchange at state Route 14 and Southeast 192nd Avenue under design standards adopted by Vancouver that would redevelop the former mining site into a mix of business and residential uses that take advantage of views and location, with an urban trail system.

• Size: 186 acres.

• Timeline: Could be under development within the next five to 10 years.

• Cost: More than $100 million.