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Clark County housing market trend continues

October 13, 2020, 6:01am Business

The Southwest Washington housing market saw another month of high sales activity and shrinking inventory in September, continuing a trend seen throughout the summer. That’s according to the latest report… Read story

Ed Lynch Estate buys downtown Vancouver block, but plans unclear

August 2, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

A square block of downtown Vancouver containing offices and a former church and performing arts center could someday house a nonprofit organization. Read story

Jose Ramirez of Gecho Construction adds a fresh coat of stain to a new home at The Parklands in Camas in late March, as the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic began to be felt. Home sales fell dramatically in the following month.

Clark County housing market feels virus’s effects in April

Jose Ramirez of Gecho Construction adds a fresh coat of stain to a new home at The Parklands in Camas in late March, as the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic began to be felt. Home sales fell dramatically in the following month.

May 16, 2020, 6:01am Business

Clark County’s housing market saw major slowdowns in listing and sales activity in April, according to the latest data from the Regional Multiple Listing Service. The new report chronicles the market’s first full month of operation during the novel coronavirus pandemic. Read story

Construction begins again at the Kirkland Tower at the Vancouver Waterfront on April 24, 2020.

Inslee: Some construction projects in Washington can resume

Construction begins again at the Kirkland Tower at the Vancouver Waterfront on April 24, 2020.

April 24, 2020, 11:49am Business

Gov. Jay Inslee announced a limited rollback of Washington’s statewide ban on residential and retail construction at a press conference Friday. Construction projects that were underway before the ban will be allowed to restart work, subject to a new list of safety restrictions. Read story

Concept renderings show the western half of the planned Skyview Station retail center in Salmon Creek, shown looking northeast. The project will include eight retail buildings intended to house a bank, pharmacy, restaurant and specialty grocery store, among other tenants.

Salmon Creek retail center cleared for takeoff

Concept renderings show the western half of the planned Skyview Station retail center in Salmon Creek, shown looking northeast. The project will include eight retail buildings intended to house a bank, pharmacy, restaurant and specialty grocery store, among other tenants.

April 23, 2020, 6:04am Business

There's a new retail center in the works for Salmon Creek, and plans call for it to include a variety of retail and food options including a bank, a pharmacy, a drive-thru restaurant and a grocery store. Read story

Clark County's housing market showed a slight year-over-year decline in sales and new listings for March, offering the first hint of how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact residential real estate.

Clark County housing market down slightly year-over-year during March

Clark County's housing market showed a slight year-over-year decline in sales and new listings for March, offering the first hint of how the COVID-19 pandemic will impact residential real estate.

April 13, 2020, 3:44pm Business

Clark County’s housing market showed a slight year-over-year decline in sales and new listings for March, offering the first hint of how the coronavirus pandemic will impact residential real estate. The data comes from the latest Market Action report from the Regional Multiple Listing Service. Read story

The 2020 Northwest Natural Parade of Homes has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The pictured living room is from a Glavin Homes house that was featured in the 2019 Parade of Homes.

2020 Parade of Homes in Washougal canceled

The 2020 Northwest Natural Parade of Homes has been cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The pictured living room is from a Glavin Homes house that was featured in the 2019 Parade of Homes.

April 10, 2020, 10:44am Business

The 2020 NW Natural Parade of Homes has been canceled due to the statewide stay-at-home order during the COVID-19 outbreak. The Building Industry Association of Clark County announced the cancellation Friday. Read story

The construction industry, particularly on the residential side, has been loudly pushing to be exempted from the stay at home order, but at a press conference on Thursday, Gov. Jay Inlsee was directly asked if he'd reconsider that decision.

Clark County construction industry urges Inslee to rethink its status

The construction industry, particularly on the residential side, has been loudly pushing to be exempted from the stay at home order, but at a press conference on Thursday, Gov. Jay Inlsee was directly asked if he'd reconsider that decision.

April 8, 2020, 6:01am Business

When Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday that he would extend Washington’s stay-at-home order to May 4, he added a comment that will likely serve as the final word on one of the order’s most hotly debated aspects: A ban on residential construction. Read story

A conceptual render submitted to the City of Vancouver shows the design of the planned Hurley Tower II office building, as seen from the west side of Columbia Street, looking northeast.

Hurley plans second tower project in downtown Vancouver

A conceptual render submitted to the City of Vancouver shows the design of the planned Hurley Tower II office building, as seen from the west side of Columbia Street, looking northeast.

April 6, 2020, 12:48pm Business

Ten Talent Investments 15, a company affiliated with Vancouver-based Hurley Development, has submitted a preliminary application to build a six-story office building in downtown Vancouver. The project is titled Hurley Tower II. Read story

Jackson Square Properties at The Waterfront Vancouver put up its tower crane on Block 20 for The Columbia building on Monday. The Columbia will hold 248 apartments, and it's one of the many developments that will add to downtown Vancouver's density.

Housing is on the rise in downtown Vancouver

Jackson Square Properties at The Waterfront Vancouver put up its tower crane on Block 20 for The Columbia building on Monday. The Columbia will hold 248 apartments, and it's one of the many developments that will add to downtown Vancouver's density.

March 15, 2020, 5:55am Business

In the 28 years that Chad Eiken has worked for the city of Vancouver, there have never been so many apartments or condos planned for downtown than there are now. Read story