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A colorful mural on the side of the new Fourth Plain Community Commons celebrates the diversity of the neighborhood and its residents.

Vancouver raises income limits for Affordable Housing Fund homeownership projects to make benefits available to more people

A colorful mural on the side of the new Fourth Plain Community Commons celebrates the diversity of the neighborhood and its residents.

December 6, 2023, 6:08am Business

The Vancouver City Council voted Monday to increase the income limits for homeownership projects using Affordable Housing Fund money and the amount of funds these projects can receive, from $50,000 to $75,000. Additionally, it will require all fees for services to be included in gross rent of projects receiving the… Read story

Seattle real estate investment company Fourth Avenue Capital has purchased Hazel Dell apartment complex The Ridge, making it the fourth Portland-area property for the Seattle company.

Hazel Dell apartment complex The Ridge sold to Seattle investment company

Seattle real estate investment company Fourth Avenue Capital has purchased Hazel Dell apartment complex The Ridge, making it the fourth Portland-area property for the Seattle company.

November 27, 2023, 4:43pm Business

Seattle real estate investment company Fourth Avenue Capital has purchased Hazel Dell apartment complex The Ridge. Read story

Single-family homes in Vancouver are larger than those in Portland on average, according to new data.

Clark County homes are larger on average than Portland’s; extra square footage is driving up prices

Single-family homes in Vancouver are larger than those in Portland on average, according to new data.

November 15, 2023, 6:05am Business

Homes in Vancouver are much larger on average than similarly priced homes in Portland. It’s an attractive quality of Vancouver for buyers looking for a home in the region, but it’s also driving up home prices. Read story

Construction was in progress this summer on The Broadstone Apartments at the Vancouver waterfront. Construction of apartments may slow down as rents lower and vacancy rates increase.

Clark County rents are down, vacancies up; news good for renters, but may deter developers

Construction was in progress this summer on The Broadstone Apartments at the Vancouver waterfront. Construction of apartments may slow down as rents lower and vacancy rates increase.

November 10, 2023, 6:06am Business

Apartment rents are down and vacancies are up from last year in Clark County — a good sign for renters but a possible deterrent for developers. Read story

The median sale price for Southwest Washington homes in June rose to $525,000.

Clark County housing market heats over summer, now cooling off

The median sale price for Southwest Washington homes in June rose to $525,000.

November 1, 2023, 6:06am Business

The housing market heated up this summer and then cooled down. Read story

Willamette Valley Vineyards and Maryhill Winery at Waterfront Vancouver are seen in this file photo from last year. A desire for newly built retail spaces like those at the waterfront are driving demand for retail spaces in Clark County.

Clark County retail space continues to be in high demand

Willamette Valley Vineyards and Maryhill Winery at Waterfront Vancouver are seen in this file photo from last year. A desire for newly built retail spaces like those at the waterfront are driving demand for retail spaces in Clark County.

October 27, 2023, 6:09am Business

Demand for Clark County’s retail space is strong and is continuing to be driven by local, regional and national retailers wanting to set up shop in new spaces like The Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

The city of Vancouver's Waterfront Gateway development aims to be its own district and also connect Esther Short Park to The Waterfront Vancouver.

Vancouver hires LPC West to develop downtown Waterfront Gateway project

The city of Vancouver's Waterfront Gateway development aims to be its own district and also connect Esther Short Park to The Waterfront Vancouver.

October 12, 2023, 6:06am Business

The city of Vancouver has hired Los Angeles-based developer LPC West to develop the city-owned Waterfront Gateway site directly south and west of City Hall. Read story

Home sales, availability ebb in Clark County

August 16, 2023, 5:58am Business

Once again, there are too many buyers and not enough sellers in Clark County. Read story

Lacamas Lake, at left, stretches into the distance in Camas. The north shore of the lake, at right, will soon be developed after six years of planning.

Council approves unique plan for Camas’ North Shore

Lacamas Lake, at left, stretches into the distance in Camas. The north shore of the lake, at right, will soon be developed after six years of planning.

August 12, 2023, 6:05am Business

After six years of planning, Camas’ roughly 900-acre North Shore is poised to become a unique area featuring hundreds of acres of green space, mixed-use developments, stronger protections for trees, a focus on walkability and sustainability, a more diverse mix of housing types that should lead to more affordable housing… Read story

The City of Battle Ground seal on the side of a C-Tran bus at Battle Ground City hall (The Columbian files)

Battle Ground OKs eight-year multifamily tax break for West Main Commons project

The City of Battle Ground seal on the side of a C-Tran bus at Battle Ground City hall (The Columbian files)

August 9, 2023, 6:09am Business

Battle Ground’s city council on Monday begrudgingly approved an eight-year multifamily tax break for Deacon Development, the company behind the West Main Commons project west of the Best Western hotel. Read story