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City of Vancouver moving forward on Renaissance Boardwalk project

Waterfront project master plan up for approval in June

By , Columbian staff writer
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A rendering of the proposed Kirkland Renaissance Boardwalk showing the North face of the development. The Vancouver City Council will vote to approve the master plan in June.
A rendering of the proposed Kirkland Renaissance Boardwalk showing the North face of the development. The Vancouver City Council will vote to approve the master plan in June. (Otak Architects) Photo Gallery

The city is moving forward on a project intended to revitalize Vancouver’s waterfront with a new mixed-use development and boardwalk on the east side of the Interstate 5 Bridge.

Kirkland Development has worked with the city and the National Park Service on its plan to develop 217 housing units, 115,500 square feet of commercial space, 370 underground parking spaces and a public boardwalk at 101 and 111 S.E.

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Columbian staff writer