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Home2Suites by Hilton extended stay hotel in the works for east Vancouver

Addition would be part of the Landing at Vancouver on the former Evergreen Airport site

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: April 4, 2024, 2:29pm

As plans continue to further develop The Landing at Vancouver, a Home2Suites by Hilton extended stay hotel has been proposed off Southeast Olympia Drive, just north of Mill Plain Boulevard in east Vancouver.

The proposed four-story hotel is expected to have 107 rooms, according to pre-planning documents submitted to the city of Vancouver.

Home2Suites is a Hilton Hotels concept. There are two other Home2Suites in the Portland area — one near Portland International Airport and the other in Hillsboro, Ore.

About a dozen hotels exist in east Vancouver near or along Mill Plain Boulevard. Several are extended stay hotels. Another Hilton-affiliated property, Hampton Inn & Suites Portland/Vancouver, neighbors the proposed Home2Suites project.

The new proposal includes plans for a 68,000-square-foot building, an outdoor dining patio, fire pit patio, grilling patio and pool area.

The proposed site is currently vacant — a part of The Landing at Vancouver area, which is about half developed.

The city of Vancouver approved a master plan for the 49-acre Landing at Vancouver in 2005 to be anchored by a lifestyle shopping center, similar to Oregon’s Bridgeport Village, that was never built. The plan was later revised to include apartments and an assisted-living facility, which were built between 2017 and 2019. From 1944 to 2006 the site was home to Evergreen Airport, a privately owned general aviation airport.

The property’s owners, listed simply as Landing at Vancouver LLC, recently submitted a revised master plan to the city.

The revised plan includes building a motor vehicle sales operation, as well as a hotel, a drive-thru restaurant, a convenience store and car wash, as well as leaving some open space. Coinciding with the proposal, Holman Auto Group submitted plans to the city earlier this year to build a Lexus dealership at The Landing at Vancouver.