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Aug. 14, 2020

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Hurley plans second tower project in downtown Vancouver

By , Columbian business reporter

Ten Talent Investments 15, a company affiliated with Vancouver-based Hurley Development, has submitted a preliminary application to build a six-story office building in downtown Vancouver. The project is titled Hurley Tower II.

The project would be at 103 Columbia St., part of a wedge of land surrounded by Columbia Street, Interstate 5 and the BNSF Railway berm. The first Hurley Tower project is directly north of the berm.

The proposed building would be approximately 81,000 square feet with five stories of office space on top of a ground-floor parking garage with a second level underground, totaling 64 parking spaces plus bike parking.

A virtual pre-application conference with the city has been scheduled for 9 a.m. April 30.

The first Hurley Tower also is a six-story office building with ground-floor parking. The project broke ground in late 2018 and was scheduled to wrap up construction work last month.

The first tower uses an “office condo” model in which tenants purchase individual floors of the building, a rarity in Vancouver’s commercial real estate market. The pre-application packet does not specify whether the new tower will use the same model.

Hurley Development President Ryan Hurley could not be immediately reached for comment.