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Title: Vancouver Economic Development


1
Economic Development
Pride. Progress. Possibilities.
2
Economic Development
Vision
Plan
Economic Activity
Public Investment
Private Investment
3
Esther Short Park 1998
4
Esther Short Park 2002
5
Heritage Place
6
Vancouvercenter
7
West Coast Bank Building
8
Esther Short Commons
9
Farmers Market
10
Hilton Hotel Convention Center
11
Columbian Building
12
  • Where Are We Going?

13
  • Targeted Investment Areas

14
Downtown Revitalization
15
Boundaries Sub Areas
  • Uptown Village
  • Mill Plain/15th Street Couplet
  • Westside Government
  • Central Downtown
  • Esther Short
  • Columbia West Renaissance

16
The Twenty Year Vision
17
Riverwest
18
Fort Vancouver Regional Library
19
The Luxe
20
Mill Plain Center
21
Frontier Building
22
Columbia River Waterfront
23
Columbia River Waterfront
Site Animation
24
Columbia River Crossing
Replacement Bridge with Light Rail
25
Fourth Plain Subarea Plan
  • Subarea Plan for revitalization of the Fourth
    Plain Boulevard corridor and surround
    neighborhood was adopted in 2007
  • Plan contains policy goals and implementing
    measures addressing future land use, housing,
    transportation, public safety and economic
    development issues.

26
Evergreen Airfield
  • Located at intersection of Mill Plan and 136th
  • 51 acres in size, and anticipated to provide
  • 340,800 sf of retail
  • 135 single family homes
  • 313,700 sf office / hotel

27
Section 30
  • ANTICIPATED
  • Community Commercial
  • Mixed Use
  • Office Commercial
  • Light Industrial
  • Medium-High Density Residential
  • Surface Mining
  • 1,760 dwellings
  • 9,400 jobs
  • Annexed into the City in 2008
  • Nearly 550 acres, located along First Street and
    192nd
  • City is working with local stakeholders, property
    owners and residents to develop a long-term
    subarea plan for this area
  • This area requires substantial infrastructure
    improvements before it will convert from
    predominantly mining uses to viable industrial
    and commercial development

28
Riverview Gateway Subarea Plan
  • 280-acre site us located in the southeastern
    corner of the city and includes an approximately
    200-acre rock quarry
  • Subarea plan is in final adoption stages.
  • Vision anticipates an active future mix of
    residential, office, commercial, light industrial
    and industrial uses, linked by open spaces and
    trails

ANTICIPATED 1,100 housing units 5,900 jobs
29
Birtcher Business Center
  • 216 acre industrial park located at the
    intersection of Fourth Plain and Ward Road
  • 1.4 million square foot office, industrial and
    retail power center

30
Columbia Tech Center
  • Key urban activity center near Mill Plain and
    164th Ave
  • One of the largest employment centers within the
    city, employing more than 10,000 people
  • 400-acre master planned, mixed use development
    intended to supply more than 2.5 million square
    feet of light industrial, office, commercial and
    flex space
  • Features a 12-acre park, amphitheater, basketball
    court and trails

31
Fruit Valley Subarea Plan
  • 15 acres identified in the Vancouver
    Comprehensive Plan
  • Historic neighborhood with a mix of residential,
    agricultural, industrial property and open space
  • Growth in Port of Vancouver and of regional rail
    traffic has affected the neighborhood
  • Fruit Valley Neighborhood Association is
    interested in preserving the character of their
    community, while reaping the benefits of growth
    and development

DRAFT
32
Lower Grand Employment Area
  • 173 acres, exclusive of roads
  • East of Pearson Airfield
  • 32 acres of vacant or unimproved property
  • Home to new Grand Central Commerce Center.
    Providing nearly 200,000 square feet of new
    retail development.

33
Port of Vancouver
  • As worldwide demand for goods and services
    continues to rise, ports around the globe are
    experiencing growing pains - increasing demand
    and decreasing capacity.
  • Fortunately, the Port of Vancouver has growing
    room. Property within the Columbia Gateway has
    been set aside for future development.
  • Once planning and development is complete, this
    property will have more shovel-ready dirt than
    other West Coast port, making it the perfect
    place to grow business.
  • 1,106-Acre Future Development
  • 534 acres industrial-zoned property.
  • 541 acres future environmental mitigation.
  • 31 acres existing environmental mitigation.

34
Economic Development
Vision
Plan
Economic Activity
Public Investment
Private Investment
35
  • Thank You!
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