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Residential tower proposed for Block 1 of Waterfront Vancouver

Building would include 216 units, basement, 3 levels of parking

By , Columbian staff writer

An eight-story residential building may be joining the Waterfront Vancouver project, according to planning documents.

The pre-planning documents, submitted by LSW Architects and Harper Houf Peterson Righellis Inc., listed the project as planned for Block 1. The 0.82-acre parcel of land lies north of Columbia Way, south of Cascade Street, east of Esther Street and west of Quayside Place.

The multifamily residential building proposed would include 216 units in total, as well as a basement and three levels of parking.

The lot is owned by the Port of Vancouver, but it was leased, as well as nearby Block 2, to be part of the Waterfront Vancouver development. It’s not part of the port’s Terminal 1 project.

The primary applicant for the project is BOZ Port Block 1 Owner LLC., which is associated with Lincoln Property Co. Lincoln Property Co. is working on developing Blocks A and C at nearby Terminal 1, including the new headquarters for Vancouver-based tech company ZoomInfo.

A previous proposal for Block 1 was submitted in 2021. At the time, the proposal was for a 10-story office building and four residential towers at Block 2 next door.

According to city records, a land use review is underway at Block 2 for a 10-story office building and a 12-story apartment building. Retail is planned for the ground floor of the mixed-use development and there are 230 units planned for the apartment tower.

A spokesperson for Lincoln Property Co. didn’t respond to requests for comment.

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