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After years looking at downtown, the dream of a Clark County performing arts center moves to east Vancouver

Nonprofit Southwest Washington Center for the Arts signs letter of intent to purchase Columbia Palisades site

By Scott Hewitt, Columbian staff writer
Published: June 20, 2024, 2:30pm
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After many years — make that decades — of unsuccessful attempts to bring a concert hall and performing arts center to downtown Vancouver, project boosters are looking east.

A mixed-use development called Columbia Palisades under construction on the easternmost edge of Vancouver is now the target location for a performing arts facility intended to be Clark County’s largest, said Kathy McDonald, executive director of the nonprofit Southwest

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