Cami covers commercial and residential real estate.
Sarah Kearney and Stephen Greenwood are typical of today's marrying couples, in Clark County and elsewhere.
Clark County homebuilders saw continued demand in May that pushed single-family permits 53 percent higher than the same month last year, according to a report that tracks permits for single-family homes.
May foreclosures rose by nearly 100 over May 2012
Clark County foreclosures rose 65 percent in May above the same month last year, and also inched slightly higher than April's rates, according to a report issued Wednesday.
The Tommy O's restaurant in east Vancouver will close for good after business hours on Saturday, allowing owner and longtime local restaurateur Tom Owens to focus on his flagship downtown venue.
Developers opposed to proposal fear costs could actually rise
A plan promoted by Clark County Commissioner David Madore to boost jobs by eliminating traffic and permitting fees for all non-housing projects is a tough sell among some commercial developers who would benefit from the construction work.
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Hurley Development new owner of former Pacific Tower; firm has targeted city's urban corridor
Another downtown Vancouver building has sold to Hurley Development, a local company in its fifth year of snapping up real estate in this city's only urban corridor.
CEO says it will accommodate 700 workers
Ken Fisher said Monday he plans to break ground in July on a second office building, which will be able to accommodate some 700 workers on its five floors, at his Fisher Investments' campus in Camas.
Microelectronics, Laboratories' step leaves 1 site empty
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas and Sharp Laboratories of America have condensed staff into one of two buildings at the company's Camas campus, leaving one structure vacant and ready to lease.
It will close branch, move staff to ex-West Coast Bank site
Columbia Bank will consolidate its two downtown Vancouver branches into one office in late summer, the bank's CEO said after a bank-sponsored forecast breakfast event on Thursday.