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Developers release master plan for western part of Columbia Palisades redevelopment

It would complete development of former Fisher Quarry site

By , Columbian Assistant Metro Editor
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Motorists drive along Southeast 192nd Avenue through the old Fisher Quarry, where Hurley Development has plans to redevelop the west half. The east half is already under redevelopment.
Motorists drive along Southeast 192nd Avenue through the old Fisher Quarry, where Hurley Development has plans to redevelop the west half. The east half is already under redevelopment. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Developers have released the master plan for the western part of the Columbia Palisades development near Southeast 192nd Avenue and state Highway 14. It will likely contain more than 17 buildings — some commercial, some residential and others for industrial businesses.

Hurley Development of Vancouver filed the plans for the property, also referred to as Riverview Gateway, with the city of Vancouver last month. It includes 17 building lots on a 98.58-acre master lot.

It’s not clear how many buildings will eventually be constructed, but the plans show 1,729 apartment units, and 2,921 parking spaces will accompany those. More parking is planned for the other types of buildings.

The residential and commercial buildings will be four and five stories tall, and some of the industrial and office buildings will be one or two stories tall. Plans also showed multiple new streets, including a Main Street, and park and trail space.

Mining company Cadman Materials owns the property where Hurley plans to develop the buildings, but developers often will submit plans before purchasing the property. The master plan is in its early stages and will undergo a review and approval process with the city planning commission and city council.

Portland-based architecture firm Otak submitted the master plans for the Hurley development. The company is also working with a different developer on the eastern side of the Columbia Palisades.

Hurley Development did not give additional information to The Columbian for the proposed development.

To the east of 192nd Avenue, a separate group of developers, under the name Columbia Palisades Corp., is constructing a series of other buildings, including a new Vancouver Clinic location that is already open. Additional plans for that side of the quarry include a hotel and more than 20 buildings for residential, business, retail or a mix of those types.

The Hurley project will complete most of the Columbia Palisades development of the former Fisher Quarry, where gravel mining began in the early 1880s.

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