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Dec. 7, 2023

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Now Leasing: Our Heroes Place Phase 1—Ed Tower

City’s first fully-furnished apartments offer new living space in Downtown Vancouver

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Moving can be a hassle. You have to go through everything you own, pack it into boxes, ship it to your new place, and unpack everything again. You’re bound to need new furniture since not everything will fit the new space, so much of what you moved will have to be sold or donated and you’ll have to buy new expensive replacements. Why can’t you just move into an apartment where all the furniture has already been lugged up the stairs, and the kitchen is already stocked with plates, glasses, utensils, pots and pans?

Ed Tower – Phase I of Our Heroes Place is fully furnished and now leasing in the heart of Downtown Vancouver. Apartments are move-in ready and the first of their kind in the city. Brand new furniture as well as linens, silverware, dishes, TV, mattresses, artwork, lighting and more. Each apartment is finished with different artwork, rugs, linens, lighting, and little touches to truly provide a unique living space for each and every resident.
Varying lease terms as short as 6 months accommodate those here temporarily for work or people new to the area. Pets are welcome, with a pet washing station coming in Phase II coming early 2020. Units come complete with stainless steel appliances, in-unit washers and dryers in the one-bedroom apartments with laundry room on site for others, plenty of natural light, A/C, hi-speed Wi-Fi and more to come!

Located just two blocks southwest of the I-5 Mill Plain interchange, Our Heroes Place features two five-story buildings and a digital clock tower paying tribute to business and community philanthropists and First Citizen honorees Ed and Dollie Lynch. Ed Tower is the northern building at 409 E Mill Plain Blvd which contains studios and one bedroom units at the market rate, with retail space at the ground level and a drive-thru window—tenants to be announced this spring!

“Our Heroes Place will serve as a constant reminder to downtown Vancouver guests and future residents of our appreciation for Ed and Dollie Lynch who both worked tirelessly to make our community a better place to live, work, learn and play,” said Elie Kassab, president of Prestige Development. Ed and Dollie gave generously in both time and money to help the Vancouver area, most notably to the Fort Vancouver National Trust, Identity Clark County, Columbia Springs Foundation, Construction Education Foundation for Oregon State University, Vancouver Methodist Foundation, Northwest House of Theological Studies, and the Southwest Washington Medical Center Foundation. Dollie Tower will be completed in early 2020, adding 21 upscale apartment homes and 3 penthouses to the project.

Prestige Development delivers high quality real estate projects, businesses and services that enhance underserved communities throughout Washington and Oregon by paying special attention to community needs and preferences. Its work includes several projects in downtown Vancouver, Battle Ground, Ridgefield, Sandy and Independence.

Our Heroes Place Prestige Development

Our Heroes Place by Prestige Development
Ed Tower Leasing Now!
Temporary Leasing Office: 404 E 13th Street, right next to Ed Tower.
Phone: (360) 258-1991
Email: manager@ourheroesplace.com
Website: https://ourheroesplace.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ourheroesplace/

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