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110-foot-long car wash to be built on Fourth Plain Boulevard

By , Columbian Innovation Editor

A new “Cyber Car Wash” with a 110-foot-long car wash tunnel is going to be built at 14309 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., according to plans submitted to the city of Vancouver.

The planned building has a futuristic, angular look with much aluminum and glass. The carwash features a “membership app, license plate recognition, member pay lanes, easy-loading conveyor belts, wide-open wash tunnels to make it a non-claustrophobic experience, with low energy use and reclaimed water so it’s eco friendly,” according to Jason Ritchie, director of innovation & creative at Hurley Development.

The owner — Ten Talents Investments 23, owned by Hurley Development — submitted the plans for the car wash along with Seattle-based Pacland, a civil engineering and land development firm.

The overall building dimensions are approximately 127 feet long by 48 feet wide, with a total of around 5,000 gross square feet, according to the plans.

Those plans say three employees will work standard business hours of 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the business.

Other tenants in the car wash’s shopping center, which was previously developed by Hurley, include Dutch Bros. Coffee and Chipotle Mexican Grill. The location is near a Walmart Supercenter.

This story was updated to include additional details about the carwash.

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