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Rob Gartner, vice president of business development for Vesta Hospitality, left, describes the future AC Hotel layout to David Partridge of Vancouver during the ceremonial groundbreaking on Thursday afternoon. At top, a concept art rendering shows the future AC Hotel by Marriott, which broke ground today at Terminal 1.

AC Hotel breaks ground at Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1

Rob Gartner, vice president of business development for Vesta Hospitality, left, describes the future AC Hotel layout to David Partridge of Vancouver during the ceremonial groundbreaking on Thursday afternoon. At top, a concept art rendering shows the future AC Hotel by Marriott, which broke ground today at Terminal 1.

August 22, 2019, 8:46pm Business

After more than three years of planning, work on the first project in the Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 redevelopment is underway. Construction of the AC Hotel by Marriott kicked off with a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday afternoon. Read story

Jorge’s Tequila Factory opened in downtown Vancouver in 2013, the third Mexican food restaurant from Jorge Castro. He’s since opened three more, and now he plans to move the downtown location to the Waterfront Vancouver and reopen it as Jorge’s Latin American Cuisine.

Jorge’s coming to Waterfront Vancouver in 2020; downtown location will close

Jorge’s Tequila Factory opened in downtown Vancouver in 2013, the third Mexican food restaurant from Jorge Castro. He’s since opened three more, and now he plans to move the downtown location to the Waterfront Vancouver and reopen it as Jorge’s Latin American Cuisine.

August 20, 2019, 4:56pm Business

There’s a new restaurant coming to The Waterfront Vancouver, and the name is likely familiar to downtown Vancouver residents. Jorge’s Latin American Cuisine will open in the spring on the second floor of the Jean Building at 777 Waterfront Way, above WildFin American Grill. Read story

The two restaurant buildings that flank the Grant Street Pier have been named The Don and The Jean in honor of the 70th wedding anniversary of the parents of Gramor Development president Barry Cain.

Waterfront restaurant buildings get mom and pop names

The two restaurant buildings that flank the Grant Street Pier have been named The Don and The Jean in honor of the 70th wedding anniversary of the parents of Gramor Development president Barry Cain.

August 19, 2019, 4:42pm Business

Gramor Development announced Monday that it will give official names to the two restaurant buildings that flank the Grant Street Pier at The Waterfront Vancouver. The buildings will be named The Don and The Jean in honor of the recent 70th wedding anniversary of Don and Jean Cain, parents of… Read story

Adaline Sokol, 2, left, and Gage Marshall splash in the new Columbia River water feature Friday afternoon at the Waterfront Vancouver development. The piece opened to the public Friday morning, just in time for passersby to cool their feet in the late-summer heat.

Vancouver’s waterfront fountain opens to public

Adaline Sokol, 2, left, and Gage Marshall splash in the new Columbia River water feature Friday afternoon at the Waterfront Vancouver development. The piece opened to the public Friday morning, just in time for passersby to cool their feet in the late-summer heat.

August 9, 2019, 9:03pm Clark County News

The Columbia River water feature at the Waterfront Vancouver development is open to the public, just in time for passersby to cool their feet in the late-summer heat. Read story

Michael Walker has been named the new executive director of Vancouver's Downtown Association, succeeding former director Steve Becker, who retired last year. Walker previously served as lead economic development coordinator for the city of Banks, Ore.

Vancouver’s Downtown Association announces new director

Michael Walker has been named the new executive director of Vancouver's Downtown Association, succeeding former director Steve Becker, who retired last year. Walker previously served as lead economic development coordinator for the city of Banks, Ore.

August 8, 2019, 4:43pm Business

Michael Walker has been hired as the new executive director of Vancouver’s Downtown Association, succeeding Steve Becker, who retired in late December. Walker’s tenure officially began Aug. 1, according to a press release sent out by the association on Thursday. Read story

Keyona McDuffie serves lunch to hungry customers while working during the new Stack 571 restaurant’s second full day of business at The Waterfront Vancouver.

Stack 571 opens chain’s 5th location on Waterfront Vancouver

Keyona McDuffie serves lunch to hungry customers while working during the new Stack 571 restaurant’s second full day of business at The Waterfront Vancouver.

August 7, 2019, 6:05am Business

Stack 571, the newest addition to the restaurant lineup at The Waterfront Vancouver, made its debut Sunday evening. The upscale burger and whiskey bar is located on the ground floor of The Rediviva at the Waterfront apartment building, 111 Parkway Place, and is open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday-Thursday… Read story

DMS foreman Justin Mendiola, left, and DMS ironworker Jimmy Ransom work on building the stairs at the Hurley Building at 201 S. Third St. in downtown Vancouver on Wednesday. It is a six-story building with ground-floor parking and five stories of offices.

Hurley Building on the rise in downtown Vancouver

DMS foreman Justin Mendiola, left, and DMS ironworker Jimmy Ransom work on building the stairs at the Hurley Building at 201 S. Third St. in downtown Vancouver on Wednesday. It is a six-story building with ground-floor parking and five stories of offices.

August 1, 2019, 6:00am Business

Hurley Development’s new office condominium building has topped out near the Interstate 5 Bridge, providing another tall new landmark on downtown Vancouver’s changing skyline. Read story

Blocks 20 and 18 are adjacent and are currently a single undeveloped field, but they will eventually be divided by a pedestrian path. Block 20 is seen in the foreground of this picture, to the left of the pathway, with Block 18 behind it. A 200-unit senior housing tower is in the works for Block 18.

Senior residential tower in the works for Waterfront Vancouver

Blocks 20 and 18 are adjacent and are currently a single undeveloped field, but they will eventually be divided by a pedestrian path. Block 20 is seen in the foreground of this picture, to the left of the pathway, with Block 18 behind it. A 200-unit senior housing tower is in the works for Block 18.

July 31, 2019, 6:05am Business

Gramor Development and The Springs Living have submitted a preliminary application to build a 12-story senior housing tower on Block 18 of The Waterfront Vancouver. Read story