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Housing market: Listings up, sales steady in Clark County

May 15, 2021, 3:03pm Business

The Clark County housing market got a small amount of breathing room in April thanks to a surge of new listings and relatively steady sales rates, according to the latest… Read story

Spiking lumber costs splinter Clark County homebuilders’ budgets

May 15, 2021, 6:04am Clark County Business

When Vancouver-based Ginn Development began work on the Latitude 45 apartments in 2019, the cost of lumber per unit for the east Vancouver complex was $8,188. Read story

Boomerang Therapy Works is moving to a new location next month because its current building is set to be demolished to make way for an apartment building. The taped-off section of the exterior wall was where a car drove into the building recently.

Vancouver’s Boomerang Therapy Works plans big move

Boomerang Therapy Works is moving to a new location next month because its current building is set to be demolished to make way for an apartment building. The taped-off section of the exterior wall was where a car drove into the building recently.

April 20, 2021, 6:04am Business

After four years in downtown Vancouver, Boomerang Therapy Works is preparing to move out of its gym building and setting up shop in central Vancouver. If all goes according to plan, its new location will debut June 1. Read story

Russell Hines of Brothers Concrete Inc., foreground, helps to build a triplex at the 2 Creeks development in Camas on Wednesday. Clark County's housing market is facing a record low supply, and industry professionals say it's not that new listings have dried up or the pace of building has slowed down - it's just that there's no way to keep up with the current level of demand.

Clark County supply of homes can’t keep up with ongoing demand

Russell Hines of Brothers Concrete Inc., foreground, helps to build a triplex at the 2 Creeks development in Camas on Wednesday. Clark County's housing market is facing a record low supply, and industry professionals say it's not that new listings have dried up or the pace of building has slowed down - it's just that there's no way to keep up with the current level of demand.

April 14, 2021, 7:10pm Business

New residential listings couldn’t keep up with home sales in Southwest Washington last month, pushing Clark County’s remaining inventory to a new record low. The latest report from the Regional Multiple Listing Service estimated the region had only half a month’s worth of inventory. Read story

Nathan Long, a video game writer, poses for a picture inside his rental apartment in Glendale, Calif., Thursday, April 8, 2021. He and his wife, Lili, have been unsuccessful so far in their search for a home in Los Angeles.

Competitive market has buyers feeling pinch

Nathan Long, a video game writer, poses for a picture inside his rental apartment in Glendale, Calif., Thursday, April 8, 2021. He and his wife, Lili, have been unsuccessful so far in their search for a home in Los Angeles.

April 11, 2021, 5:55pm Business

LOS ANGELES — Nathan Long and Lili Chin have struck out so far in their four-month search to find an affordable home in the Los Angeles area — a cold streak that threatens to mess up their anniversary plans. Read story

The Columbia Palisades development, as seen from the bluff that lines the northern and eastern sides of the site. The eastern half of the former Fisher Quarry is poised to become a major development hub along the 192nd Avenue corridor.  At top, Romano Capital recently wrapped up work on the Westridge apartment complex, one of four projects that the company has been working on within the 192nd Avenue corridor. Company President Kess Romano said he sees the eastern corridor and Ridgefield as Clark County's two biggest development hot spots at the moment.

Vancouver’s 192nd corridor reimagined

The Columbia Palisades development, as seen from the bluff that lines the northern and eastern sides of the site. The eastern half of the former Fisher Quarry is poised to become a major development hub along the 192nd Avenue corridor.  At top, Romano Capital recently wrapped up work on the Westridge apartment complex, one of four projects that the company has been working on within the 192nd Avenue corridor. Company President Kess Romano said he sees the eastern corridor and Ridgefield as Clark County's two biggest development hot spots at the moment.

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 road itself. A viewer flying over today’s eastern edge of Vancouver in the early 1990s would have seen an expanse… Read story

Construction is underway at Block 17 at The Waterfront Vancouver for Broadstone Claro, set to be a seven-story apartment building with garage parking.

More apartments joining The Waterfront Vancouver

Construction is underway at Block 17 at The Waterfront Vancouver for Broadstone Claro, set to be a seven-story apartment building with garage parking.

April 10, 2021, 6:05am Business

A new seven-story apartment building with garage parking is under construction at The Waterfront Vancouver’s Block 17. 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

Vancouver changed the parameters of its Multifamily Tax Exemption Program this week, tying its "affordability" requirement to the city's median income ($65,000) instead of the broader Portland-metro area ($92,000).

City of Vancouver looks to redefine ‘affordability’ in housing

Vancouver changed the parameters of its Multifamily Tax Exemption Program this week, tying its "affordability" requirement to the city's median income ($65,000) instead of the broader Portland-metro area ($92,000).

November 28, 2020, 6:05am Business

The city of Vancouver is planning to revise a tax exemption program designed to incentivize affordable housing, requiring developers to meet a more stringent definition of “affordability” in order to qualify. Read story

Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene pictured on an overcast Friday morning, October 23, 2020.

Church of the Nazarene hopes to pay for new building with sale of east Vancouver land

Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene pictured on an overcast Friday morning, October 23, 2020.

October 27, 2020, 6:04am Business

Fourth Plain Church of the Nazarene looks to partner with a developer to build a 30-home subdivision on its property in east Vancouver. Read story