September 2017 Update

By Troy Brynelson, Columbian staff writer Published: September 14, 2017, 5:28 PM More money is heading to The Waterfront Vancouver, Gramor Development announced Thursday. Banner Bank, headquartered in Walla Walla, has loaned $14.8 million to help construction of the Grant Street Pier and two large restaurant buildings beside it. The deal is a vote of confidence for […]

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Seafood restaurant announced as newest waterfront tenant

Reprinted from the Vancouver Business Journal – 7/18/2016 A popular Seattle-area seafood restaurant is coming to Vancouver’s new waterfront development. On Monday, during a ceremony to commemorate the start of construction on the Grant Street Pier, Gramor Development CEO Barry Cain revealed that Wildfin American Grill has signed a lease to occupy 7,500 square feet […]

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Developer bringing Hotel Indigo to Vancouver Waterfront

Reprinted from the Columbian By Gordon Oliver, Columbian Business Editor / Published: June 1, 2016 With one new upscale hotel already planned for Vancouver’s waterfront, commercial property developer Dean Kirkland believes there’s room for at least one more. Kirkland, chairman of Vancouver-based Kirkland Development, said Wednesday that he plans to launch construction next spring of a […]

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Developer releases new renderings of waterfront project

Reprinted from the Vancouver Business Journal – May 18, 2016 Gramor Development, the lead developer on downtown Vancouver’s waterfront revitalization project, unveiled a pair of new project renderings on Wednesday. The renderings don’t offer a whole lot of new details on the 32-acre mixed-use development, but they do reveal a few new facts about the […]

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@VanWaterfront to get Marriott Hotel

Republished from the Portland Business Journal Jon Bell Staff Reporter / Portland Business Journal Holland Partner Group and Vesta Hospitality, both of Vancouver, Wash., will spearhead the transformation of the Port of Vancouver USA’s waterfront Terminal 1 property with a new mixed-use project and a hotel. In an announcement yesterday, the port shared its selection of the […]

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Here Come the Parks!

Reprinted from the Columbian:   By Amy Fischer, Columbian City Government Reporter / Published: March 11, 2016 Preliminary construction work is underway on downtown Vancouver’s 7.3-acre public par that will be the heart of a future $1.3 billion mixed-use development on the Columbia River. Once completed, the $17 million city park is expected to be a community, […]

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FAA Ruling on Building Height.

Reprinted from The Columbian article Published: February 22, 2016 By Amy Fischer, Columbian City Government Reporter The high-rise buildings in a future $1.3 billion commercial and residential project on downtown Vancouver’s waterfront won’t rise as high as planned. Developers of the project, called The Waterfront Vancouver, are lowering some of the building sizes due to Federal […]

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