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Vancouver firm plans homes, businesses, park near Orchards

Developer proposes to revamp 33 acres to include park called Fifth Plain Creek Station

By , Columbian staff writer

A large new development aims to put the old Fifth Plain back on the map.

Vancouver firm Hurley Development has proposed to revamp 33 acres of land near the Orchards neighborhood into homes, businesses and a park called Fifth Plain Creek Station.

The project would carve up 15306 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. into nearly 400 homes, a handful of businesses and a park. Plans call for 66 houses, 168 townhouses and 144 apartments put into three-story buildings. Eight single-story commercial buildings are also proposed.

Nearly 650 parking stalls for residences and 271 parking stalls for businesses are proposed, as well, according to the preapplication.

Clark County property records show the property belongs to Vancouver resident Jo Ann Toedtli. It’s unclear whether she plans to sell.

Representatives from Hurley Development could not be reached for comment by press time. Vancouver firm Olson Engineering is attached to the project, as well.

A preapplication meeting between developers and city planners is slated for March 8. For more information, contact case manager Patti McEllrath at 360-487-7893 or