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Vancouver’s 192nd corridor reimagined

April 11, 2021, 6:05am Business

Commercial buildings and subdivisions line most of the length of 192nd Avenue today, but as recently as 30 years ago, none of that bustling corridor existed — not even the… Read story

Downtown Vancouver to gain new apartments

April 9, 2021, 6:03am Business

Hurley Development and LSW Architects plan on building a six-story mixed-use apartment building on the block of downtown Vancouver that Hurley planned to build into a Hyatt Hotel before the… Read story

Tom Hill looks over vacant land on March 30 that is the site of a future apartment complex in the Northeast Hazel Dell neighborhood. Residents say the project will cause major traffic headaches in the area. A small stream that feeds into Tenny Creek is seen nearby.

Apartment plans rile Northeast Hazel Dell

Tom Hill looks over vacant land on March 30 that is the site of a future apartment complex in the Northeast Hazel Dell neighborhood. Residents say the project will cause major traffic headaches in the area. A small stream that feeds into Tenny Creek is seen nearby.

April 7, 2021, 6:01am Business

An apartment complex coming to the Northeast Hazel Dell neighborhood has drawn the ire of neighbors — an example of how Clark County’s growth can pit housing needs against livability for existing residents. Read story

Construction work continues at Miles Terrace in Vancouver. The senior housing project is a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority and Ginn Group.

Vancouver-based Ginn Group takes on community-focused approach in new projects

Construction work continues at Miles Terrace in Vancouver. The senior housing project is a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority and Ginn Group.

April 6, 2021, 6:01am Business

Vancouver-based Ginn Group has become an outsized presence in just a few years by positioning itself as an aggressive builder of entry-level and workforce single-family homes at a time when Clark County is struggling with an inventory shortage and rising prices. Read story

Cars bustle down Highway 14, hundreds of feet below the deck of a town home at the Boulder Ridge development in the Columbia Palisades neighborhood on the border of Vancouver and Camas. The Boulder Ridge development is expected to be complete within a year.

Multifamily homes on the rise on border of Vancouver, Camas

Cars bustle down Highway 14, hundreds of feet below the deck of a town home at the Boulder Ridge development in the Columbia Palisades neighborhood on the border of Vancouver and Camas. The Boulder Ridge development is expected to be complete within a year.

March 26, 2021, 6:03am Business

A grouping of two new multifamily housing complexes is rising on a ridge overlooking the soon-to-be developed Columbia Palisades area, formerly the Fisher Quarry on the border of Vancouver and Camas. Read story

Kirkland Development has purchased the property that currently houses Joe's Crab Shack, left, and Who Song & Larry's, as seen Dec. 12, 2018.

Vancouver council supportive of plan to transform ‘eyesore’ property along I-5 Bridge

Kirkland Development has purchased the property that currently houses Joe's Crab Shack, left, and Who Song & Larry's, as seen Dec. 12, 2018.

March 22, 2021, 9:16pm Business

The city of Vancouver and real estate company Kirkland Development are hammering out the details of a proposed public boardwalk and mixed-use development on a plot of land directly east of the Interstate 5 bridge -- the 2.3-acre plot currently occupied by longtime local restaurants Who Song & Larry’s and… Read story

Construction of new homes at Whipple Creek Village in Ridgefield. Clark County has been gripped by a severe housing inventory shortage in recent months, and local real estate agents say it's constraining sales activity.

Lack of inventory stymies Clark County housing market

Construction of new homes at Whipple Creek Village in Ridgefield. Clark County has been gripped by a severe housing inventory shortage in recent months, and local real estate agents say it's constraining sales activity.

March 17, 2021, 6:03am Business

The Clark County housing market saw a dip in new listings and pending sales in February, according to the latest report from the Regional Multiple Listing Service. The two figures were closely matched and saw nearly equal declines from January, which local real estate agents took as a signal that… Read story

Workers lend a hand to a house under construction on Jan. 27 in the Felida Overlook neighborhood.

Clark County strategy for growth, housing takes shape

Workers lend a hand to a house under construction on Jan. 27 in the Felida Overlook neighborhood.

March 1, 2021, 6:04am Business

The unincorporated urban neighborhoods just north of Vancouver will need more than 13,200 housing units in the next 15 years, according to early findings in an ongoing study by Clark County. Read story

Concept art from Koelsch Communities shows the planned design of a new senior living facility in Salmon Creek called University Village. The $108 million project broke ground in January and is targeted  to open 2022.

University Village breaks ground near Salmon Creek

Concept art from Koelsch Communities shows the planned design of a new senior living facility in Salmon Creek called University Village. The $108 million project broke ground in January and is targeted  to open 2022.

February 1, 2021, 6:05am Business

Koelsch Communities has kicked off construction of a $108 million development that will establish a new senior living center called University Village in the Salmon Creek area. The project broke ground in January and is scheduled to open in 2022. Read story

Marco Perez of Tapias Landscaping, right, works in the front yard of a home under construction in the Parker's Abby development in Vancouver on Tuesday. New home construction is booming in Vancouver, but the region still faces a housing supply crunch. Below, signs mark two homesites that have been sold at the Stonehaven development in Vancouver.

New home listings in Southwest Washington see biggest late-year surge amid spike in demand

Marco Perez of Tapias Landscaping, right, works in the front yard of a home under construction in the Parker's Abby development in Vancouver on Tuesday. New home construction is booming in Vancouver, but the region still faces a housing supply crunch. Below, signs mark two homesites that have been sold at the Stonehaven development in Vancouver.

January 15, 2021, 6:01am Business

Southwest Washington’s housing market closed out 2020 with a strong December, posting seasonally high sales that exceeded those of the prior year and drove inventory levels to yet another record low even as new listings also saw year-over-year gains. That’s according to the latest report from the Regional Multiple Listing… Read story