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Construction and expansion at the Waterfront Vancouver was the top business story of 2019. As more businesses and buildings came online, plans for the development rolled along with the year.

Top Clark County Business story of 2019: Waterfront’s rising tide

Construction and expansion at the Waterfront Vancouver was the top business story of 2019. As more businesses and buildings came online, plans for the development rolled along with the year.

December 29, 2019, 6:03am Business

Clark County saw a wide range of important business stories in 2019 – so many that we ran into trouble trying to narrow down a Top 10 list. In the end, we settled for a list of the Top 15 – five primary stories that made the biggest splashes, plus… Read story

Heidi Griggs, manager of the joint Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars tasting room, pours a glass of Pepper Bridge's 2013 Trine on Wednesday.

Amavi Cellars, Pepper Bridge Winery tasting room ready for business

Heidi Griggs, manager of the joint Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars tasting room, pours a glass of Pepper Bridge's 2013 Trine on Wednesday.

November 22, 2019, 6:00am Business

The Waterfront Vancouver’s wine business lineup will take another sip next week with the arrival of the development’s second wine tasting room. Read story

Big Kahuna, left, and Truffle Mushroom burgers at Stack 571.

Stack 571 builds a compelling burger

Big Kahuna, left, and Truffle Mushroom burgers at Stack 571.

November 15, 2019, 6:03am Clark County Life

When you walk into some restaurants, you immediately know that it’s going to be a fun meal. Read story

A conceptual rendering from the architecture team of West of West and DLR Group shows the proposed plan for the two northern blocks of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment. The two buildings would feature ground floor retail opening out onto Columbia Way and a "Spanish Steps"-inspired pedestrian walkway between them.

Design proposals unveiled for Vancouver’s Terminal 1

A conceptual rendering from the architecture team of West of West and DLR Group shows the proposed plan for the two northern blocks of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment. The two buildings would feature ground floor retail opening out onto Columbia Way and a "Spanish Steps"-inspired pedestrian walkway between them.

November 12, 2019, 9:31pm Business

A riverside public market house has always been the centerpiece of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment project, but the early designs for the area's other blocks are also aiming high when it comes to creating distinctive public spaces. Read story

OnPoint Community Credit Union is opening its Waterfront Vancouver location on Tuesday Nov. 12.

OnPoint will open next week; Updates on other Waterfront retail construction

OnPoint Community Credit Union is opening its Waterfront Vancouver location on Tuesday Nov. 12.

November 8, 2019, 4:25pm Business

Six retail businesses at the Waterfront Vancouver are under construction, and OnPoint Community Credit Union is the next to open. Read story

Vancouver residents Allie Thompson, from left, and Ebony Thompson join their mom, Angel Thompson, as they stroll past the crane for the Kirkland Tower and Hotel Indigo, which are still under construction.

Concrete progress seen at Kirkland Tower, Hotel Indigo site

Vancouver residents Allie Thompson, from left, and Ebony Thompson join their mom, Angel Thompson, as they stroll past the crane for the Kirkland Tower and Hotel Indigo, which are still under construction.

October 23, 2019, 9:46pm Business

In about three weeks, construction crews will finish pouring for the concrete roof of The Waterfront Vancouver’s next high-rise, Kirkland Tower. Read story

Slow-roasted beef short rib, pickled slaw and Parmesan Truffle Herb Fries at Barlow's Public House.

Barlow’s Public House is ‘yummish’

Slow-roasted beef short rib, pickled slaw and Parmesan Truffle Herb Fries at Barlow's Public House.

October 18, 2019, 6:04am Clark County Life

First of all, I want to congratulate Brian and Alicia Rummer for opening Barlow’s Public House, an exciting new restaurant on Vancouver’s waterfront. It’s very crisp and neat, seating 200 inside, and has perhaps the best view of any Clark County restaurant from the large outdoor deck, which seats 95. Read story

Construction is underway at the site for the new Al Angelo tower on Mill Plain Boulevard, which will add more office space to downtown Vancouver.

Clark County sees tight market for office space

Construction is underway at the site for the new Al Angelo tower on Mill Plain Boulevard, which will add more office space to downtown Vancouver.

October 13, 2019, 6:03am Business

It’s been less than a year since The Murdock — currently The Waterfront Vancouver’s sole office building — came online, but its owners say it’s on track to hit 100 percent occupancy. Read story

Crews work to assemble a tower crane in downtown Vancouver at the future site of the Aria Apartments on Monday afternoon, Oct. 7, 2019.

Second tower crane arises in downtown Vancouver

Crews work to assemble a tower crane in downtown Vancouver at the future site of the Aria Apartments on Monday afternoon, Oct. 7, 2019.

October 7, 2019, 4:44pm Business

Crews assembled a tower crane on Monday at the construction site of the future Aria Apartments in downtown Vancouver. It’s the second tower crane in the city’s downtown skyline. Read story

Lisa Harris of Vancouver, left, and Erica Nuth of Beaverton, Ore., taste different beers at the newest Waterfront Vancouver restaurant, Barlow's Public House. Barlow's has one of the first self-serve tap walls in the Portland area. Customers are given a card that is connected to their bill, and each pour is calculated and tallied.

Barlow’s tap wall draws interest on Waterfront Vancouver

Lisa Harris of Vancouver, left, and Erica Nuth of Beaverton, Ore., taste different beers at the newest Waterfront Vancouver restaurant, Barlow's Public House. Barlow's has one of the first self-serve tap walls in the Portland area. Customers are given a card that is connected to their bill, and each pour is calculated and tallied.

September 29, 2019, 6:05am Business

Tasha Graeff took the plastic card, walked to the beer tap and poured a locally brewed IPA into a glass. Read story