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Retailers thrive in downtown Vancouver’s Providence Academy

Historic building may be on verge of being retail hub

By , Columbian staff writer
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Isabella Dypold of Battle Ground, right, looks at Christmas ornaments at The French Door at Providence Academy.
Isabella Dypold of Battle Ground, right, looks at Christmas ornaments at The French Door at Providence Academy. (Photos by Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The French Door is known by customers as a magical place. With its East Coast- and European-inspired décor, owner Kathryn McIntire is able to transport shoppers into her own curated world.

This is what has made The French Door a success. But when her Main Street location was no longer an option, McIntire began looking into where she could move her vintage shop.

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