Hurley Development and LSW Architects plan on building a six-story mixed-use apartment building on the block of downtown Vancouver that Hurley planned to build into a Hyatt Hotel before the pandemic.
The apartment complex, called Washington Street Apartments, is planned to rise on a lot between Columbia, Washington, West Fifth and West Fourth streets. The lot is south of the Smokin’ Oak restaurant.
The plans describe a 151,600-square-foot building that would cover the entire block, with 9,080 square feet of restaurant or retail space on the ground floor facing Columbia and West Fifth Streets, and one level of underground parking.
The ground floor will feature a row of walk-up style apartment units along West Fourth Street, and the floors above are all apartments, arranged around a central second-floor courtyard. The project includes 170 units and 124 internal parking spaces, along with 18 street parking stalls. Garage access is from Washington Street.
The application also details some planned landscape improvements on the far side of Washington Street to the south of the project site.