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Official Seal of the State of Washington
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Graham Baba Architects


Seattle-based Graham Baba Architects specializes in creating successful and visually stunning commercial, residential, and art spaces incorporating natural aesthetics. Their partnership with the Port of Vancouver has been instrumental in bringing the vision to life.

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Vesta Hospitality


Vesta Hospitality is a Vancouver-based company selected to develop the port’s new Terminal 1 hotel property. Established in 1996, the company offers a complete range of services, including hotel management, hotel development, and purchasing, Vesta Hospitality has worked on properties in 14 states and Alberta, Canada. Their Vancouver hotels include Homewood Suites by Hilton, La Quinta by Wyndham, and the announced AC Hotel by Marriott.

Vesta Hospitality strongly believes in their hotels standing as good stewards in their communities and support a broad range of community services, initiatives, and organizations.

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AC Hotel By Marriott


Marriott International is pleased to bring their European-inspired hotel to downtown Vancouver, Washington. The AC Hotel by Marriott is a signature hotel offering a mix of classic architecture and modern design in unique locations that invite you to relax as soon as you arrive.

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GreenWorks


GreenWorks is a landscape architecture and environmental design firm based in Portland, Oregon. Their urban design renderings and animations have been integral in assisting with the visualization, planning, and design alternatives of the Terminal 1 space.

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Lincoln Property Company


Lincoln Property Company (LPC-West) is a national real estate firm offering a comprehensive suite of value-added services for their commercial property clients. With a substantial local presence and history, they are ideally positioned to provide a superior service, which comes from knowing the goals and challenges faced by our clientele: tenants, investors, lenders, and owners of commercial real estate. Our people and our philosophy are the key ingredients for Lincoln’s solid track record of success.

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State of Washington


The vision for Terminal 1 could not happen without the help from the State of Washington. Funding for the Renaissance Trail, East Portal and the renovation of Vancouver Landing was provided by our partners at the state. Legislative budget writers were able to assist the port in providing $5.8 million in funding for these projects through the State Capital and Transportation budgets.

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Regional Transportation Council (RTC)


The Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council (RTC) has been a key supporter of the Terminal 1 project. They provided nearly $500,000 through a federal Transportations Alternative (TA) grant that is helping to fund the Renaissance Trail and phase 1 of the Daniels Way Plaza. RTC’s TA grants are used to help projects which promote alternative forms of transportation such as cycling and walking in the community.

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Rotary Club of Vancouver Washington


The Rotary Club of Vancouver has committed significant resources to the Vancouver Landing redevelopment project in honor of the club’s 100-year anniversary. This club has been meeting at Terminal 1 since their founding in 1921. This contribution marks the largest in the local Rotary Foundation’s history and will be used to enhance the historical elements of the site as well as to provide better access for all to enjoy the waterfront.

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Graham Baba Architects


Seattle-based Graham Baba Architects specializes in creating successful and visually stunning commercial, residential, and art spaces incorporating natural aesthetics. Their partnership with the Port of Vancouver has been instrumental in bringing the vision to life.

Learn More
Set of architects looking at a projects plan posted on the wall

Vesta Hospitality


Vesta Hospitality is a Vancouver-based company selected to develop the port’s new Terminal 1 hotel property. Established in 1996, the company offers a complete range of services, including hotel management, hotel development, and purchasing, Vesta Hospitality has worked on properties in 14 states and Alberta, Canada. Their Vancouver hotels include Homewood Suites by Hilton, La Quinta by Wyndham, and the announced AC Hotel by Marriott.

Vesta Hospitality strongly believes in their hotels standing as good stewards in their communities and support a broad range of community services, initiatives, and organizations.

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Hotel receptionist smiling at guests

AC Hotels By Marriot


Marriott International is pleased to bring their European-inspired hotel to downtown Vancouver, Washington. The AC Hotel by Marriott is a signature hotel offering a mix of classic architecture and modern design in unique locations that invite you to relax as soon as you arrive.

Learn More
GreenWorks black logo

GreenWorks


GreenWorks is a landscape architecture and environmental design firm based in Portland, Oregon. Their urban design renderings and animations have been integral in assisting with the visualization, planning, and design alternatives of the Terminal 1 space.

Learn More
Urban landscaping infront of a commercial building
Lincoln Property Company black logo

Lincoln Property Company


Lincoln Property Company (LPC-West) is a national real estate firm offering a comprehensive suite of value-added services for their commercial property clients. With a substantial local presence and history, they are ideally positioned to provide a superior service, which comes from knowing the goals and challenges faced by our clientele: tenants, investors, lenders, and owners of commercial real estate. Our people and our philosophy are the key ingredients for Lincoln’s solid track record of success.

Learn More
Birds eye view of skyscrapers
Official Seal of the State of Washington

State of Washington


The vision for Terminal 1 could not happen without the help from the State of Washington. Funding for the Renaissance Trail, East Portal and the renovation of Vancouver Landing was provided by our partners at the state. Legislative budget writers were able to assist the port in providing $5.8 million in funding for these projects through the State Capital and Transportation budgets.

Learn More
Cityscape of Vancouver, Washington with Mt baker in the background

Regional Transportation Council (RTC)


The Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council (RTC) has been a key supporter of the Terminal 1 project. They provided nearly $500,000 through a federal Transportations Alternative (TA) grant that is helping to fund the Renaissance Trail and phase 1 of the Daniels Way Plaza. RTC’s TA grants are used to help projects which promote alternative forms of transportation such as cycling and walking in the community.

Learn More
Couple of senior woman enjoying a bike ride
Rotary Club of Vancouver, Washington logo

Rotary Club of Vancouver Washington


The Rotary Club of Vancouver has committed significant resources to the Vancouver Landing redevelopment project in honor of the club’s 100-year anniversary. This club has been meeting at Terminal 1 since their founding in 1921. This contribution marks the largest in the local Rotary Foundation’s history and will be used to enhance the historical elements of the site as well as to provide better access for all to enjoy the waterfront.

Learn More
Group photo of adults and children

If you have questions about Terminal 1
contact the Port of Vancouver at

360-693-3611