The Port of Vancouver is expected Tuesday to update its big-picture plan for making land and building improvements, including considering a series of proposals that would advance the development of its 108-acre Centennial Industrial Park.
Bruno Amicci has a deep fascination with the 1930s and with the art, film and culture from a time when America — even after being knocked around in the Great Depression — retained a profound sense of inventiveness and optimism.
By LILY RAFF McCAULOU for The Columbian
December 7, 2014 6 a.m.
In July, Nancy Schultz sold her home in Battle Ground, moved into a Vancouver rental apartment and began looking for the perfect home within walking distance to downtown. The retired attorney knew exactly what she wanted: an old house, full of charm but recently renovated to minimize upkeep.
The leader of a $1.3 billion commercial and residential redevelopment of Vancouver’s waterfront said Thursday he’s inked a deal to build a 10-story hotel as part of the project and that the hotel would begin construction in 2015.
David Capolarello bought his home in a quiet Hazel Dell neighborhood in 2008. At the time, housing prices were near their peak following a stratospheric climb that was fueled by easy money and low or no-down payment deals. Homeownership was on the rise, and some thought the good days would keep on rolling.