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Waterfront Vancouver construction about two-thirds complete

Every block of $1.5B project could be developed by 2030

By , Columbian Associate Editor
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Construction bustles at the Waterfront Vancouver, which developer Barry Cain says could be built out earlier than expected. Cain said that $999 million worth of development has or will occur on the site through 2024, with another $530 million worth by 2030.
Construction bustles at the Waterfront Vancouver, which developer Barry Cain says could be built out earlier than expected. Cain said that $999 million worth of development has or will occur on the site through 2024, with another $530 million worth by 2030. (Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The 24.64-acre Waterfront Vancouver is about two-thirds finished, and every block could be developed by 2030, maybe even a year or two early.

Based on a new report from Portland-based Johnson Economics consulting firm, hired by lead Waterfront Vancouver developer Barry Cain, the original estimated $1.5 billion cost of the project is lining up to be what was suggested before the project started.

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