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Clark County retail space continues to be in high demand

Vacancy rate for third quarter is 3.7%, showing strength of waterfront, much more

By , Columbian staff writer
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Demand for Clark County’s retail space is strong and is continuing to be driven by local, regional and national retailers wanting to set up shop in new spaces like The Waterfront Vancouver.

According to data from real estate company CBRE, the county’s overall vacancy rate for retail space was 3.7

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