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Early renderings for the Block 3 Building submitted to the city of Vancouver. It&#039;s currently planned to be an eight-story apartment complex with 277 units, brick facing, ground-floor retail and a third-story balcony.

277-unit apartment complex planned for Waterfront Vancouver’s Block 3

Early renderings for the Block 3 Building submitted to the city of Vancouver. It&#039;s currently planned to be an eight-story apartment complex with 277 units, brick facing, ground-floor retail and a third-story balcony.

November 11, 2020, 6:03am Business

Plans for a new 277-unit apartment complex at Block 3 at The Waterfront Vancouver are in the making. They include an automated parking garage that uses robotics to fetch parked cars. Read story

People’s Community Federal Credit Union moving to Waterfront Vancouver

October 20, 2020, 6:00am Business

People's Community Federal Credit Union announced Monday that it will open a new location at The Waterfront Vancouver in November, replacing its existing downtown Vancouver branch. Read story

Heidi Griggs, manager of the joint Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars tasting room, pours a glass in November at the tasting room on the ground floor of the Rediviva building. Two more wineries are set to join the lineup at The Waterfront.

Two more wineries planned for Waterfront Vancouver

Heidi Griggs, manager of the joint Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars tasting room, pours a glass in November at the tasting room on the ground floor of the Rediviva building. Two more wineries are set to join the lineup at The Waterfront.

July 23, 2020, 6:02am Business

Two more wineries are heading to The Waterfront Vancouver, bringing the grand total to nine wineries with a current or planned presence at the development. Read story

The Hilton Vancouver Washington (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

Economic recovery forum in Vancouver adjusts to pandemic landscape

The Hilton Vancouver Washington (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

July 17, 2020, 7:18pm Business

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the usual lineup of conferences and events that would be held at the Hilton Vancouver Washington in a typical year, but this week saw a hint of how those kinds of events are evolving to match the times. Read story

iQ ATM coming to Vancouver waterfront

May 9, 2020, 5:58am Clark County Business

Vancouver-based IQ Credit Union will open an ATM at the future Hotel Indigo building at 550 Waterfront Way. 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&#039;s one of the many developments that will add to downtown Vancouver&#039;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&#039;s one of the many developments that will add to downtown Vancouver&#039;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

Barnard Griffin Winery&#039;s only tasting room is in Richland, but it plans to open its first satellite tasting room in the Rediviva building at The Waterfront Vancouver. It will be the seventh winery in the waterfront area.

Richland winery’s tasting room will be 7th at Waterfront Vancouver

Barnard Griffin Winery&#039;s only tasting room is in Richland, but it plans to open its first satellite tasting room in the Rediviva building at The Waterfront Vancouver. It will be the seventh winery in the waterfront area.

March 5, 2020, 6:05am Business

A seventh winery is coming to The Waterfront Vancouver, furthering its status as a wine-tasting hub. Read story

The fish-and-chips window at The Waterfront Vancouver&#039;s WildFin American Grill has changed its name to What a Catch. Its previous name, The Daily Catch, was challenged by an East Coast company that claimed the trademark.

Complaint prompts Waterfront Vancouver’s WildFin to rename walk-up window

The fish-and-chips window at The Waterfront Vancouver&#039;s WildFin American Grill has changed its name to What a Catch. Its previous name, The Daily Catch, was challenged by an East Coast company that claimed the trademark.

March 4, 2020, 6:02am Business

The fish-and-chips walk-up window at The Waterfront Vancouver’s WildFin American Grill has changed its name to What a Catch after another company complained about trademark infringement. It was formerly called The Daily Catch. Read story

Airfield Estates tasting room manager Tracy Jones, left, and assistant manager Audrey Goodine are two of the eight employees hired to operate the new tasting room.

Airfield Estates ready to open Waterfront Vancouver tasting room

Airfield Estates tasting room manager Tracy Jones, left, and assistant manager Audrey Goodine are two of the eight employees hired to operate the new tasting room.

February 25, 2020, 6:05am Business

Upon entering the newest tasting room at The Waterfront Vancouver, visitors are met with a historic sign that for decades lay in the dirt on Airfield Estates Winery in Sunnyside. Chipped paint still clinging to the tin reads, “Airport Ranch.” Read story

A new public art piece titled Wind-and-Wave is on display at Vancouver Waterfront Park. The piece, by Jennifer Corio and Dave Frei of Cobalt Designworks, was donated by the Kenneth and Eunice Teter Charitable Trust. It will be the first public art installation to be unveiled since the city formed its Culture, Art and Heritage Commission.

Sculpture reveal at Vancouver Waterfront Park part of First Friday

A new public art piece titled Wind-and-Wave is on display at Vancouver Waterfront Park. The piece, by Jennifer Corio and Dave Frei of Cobalt Designworks, was donated by the Kenneth and Eunice Teter Charitable Trust. It will be the first public art installation to be unveiled since the city formed its Culture, Art and Heritage Commission.

February 7, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

A new art installation will be unveiled Friday evening as part of Vancouver’s monthly First Friday art walk event. Read story