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New subdivision planned at site of former Lieser Elementary School in Vancouver Heights

Affordable housing, early childhood education center, more envisioned for parcel

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: January 30, 2024, 6:07am
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The old Lieser Elementary School site in Vancouver Heights is set to become home to nearly 100 affordable housing units, an agency serving children and a new city fire station over the next few years. A park will remain on the site, too. The redevelopment project was pitched as a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority, the city of Vancouver, and Educational Opportunities for Children and Families.
The old Lieser Elementary School site in Vancouver Heights is set to become home to nearly 100 affordable housing units, an agency serving children and a new city fire station over the next few years. A park will remain on the site, too. The redevelopment project was pitched as a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority, the city of Vancouver, and Educational Opportunities for Children and Families. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

After purchasing the former Lieser Elementary School site, the Vancouver Housing Authority plans to bring nearly 100 affordable housing units and opportunities for homeownership to the property.

In its latest communication with the city of Vancouver, the housing authority proposed subdividing the 8.13-acre property, near the intersection of South Lieser Road and Potomac Drive, in the Vancouver Heights neighborhood.

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