The 10-acre redevelopment of Terminal 1 is broken into several smaller projects which comprise of interdependent features and functions of the waterfront property. The Port of Vancouver USA is the lead on phases of the development which include public spaces, overwater, moorage & dock space, marketplace, and other uses.

The 10-acre redevelopment of Terminal 1 is broken into several smaller projects which comprise of interdependent features and functions of the waterfront property. The Port of Vancouver USA is the lead on phases of the development which include public spaces, overwater, moorage & dock space, marketplace, and other uses.

The following are some of the key projects that are transforming the Terminal 1 waterfront and industrial land:

The following are some of the key projects that are transforming the Terminal 1 waterfront and industrial land:

Hotel


In 2016, Vesta Hospitality was selected as the preferred developer for the port’s Terminal 1 hotel property. The Vancouver-based developer is partnered with Marriott, architecture firm DLR Group, and construction firm Robertson & Olson to build the AC Hotel by Marriott.

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Marketplace
and Dock


This vibrant public development will provide a lively atmosphere where people from Vancouver and the Portland Metro area can experience the Columbia River and the Vancouver waterfront at its finest.

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Mixed Use Development


An important component of the Terminal 1 redevelopment is private and public mixed-use, integrating portions of existing facilities with new construction whenever possible. The LPC-West division of Lincoln Property Company is the master developer for the mixed-use development on the northern two blocks. The current conceptual design of the project includes office, residential and retail space as well as associated parking facilities.

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Renaissance Trail


The Columbia River Renaissance Trail runs parallel to the Columbia River for five miles, starting in downtown Vancouver and moving eastward to Wintler Community Park.

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Vancouver Landing


The western portion of the Terminal 1 pier, known as Vancouver Landing, will host a renovated public space. This outdoor venue will provide a public-friendly atmosphere for enjoying the waterfront. Construction on the renovated landing is underway and the port aims to complete the project in late fall 2021.

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East Portal


The new facility will be called the East Portal and will be located east of the Public Market building adjacent to a portion of the Renaissance Trail.

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Future Projects


As Vancouver downtown waterfront developments flourish, new opportunities will abound. The Port of Vancouver’s improvements to the local infrastructure will continue to aid and support private commercial investment projects.

The establishment of the Downtown-South/Waterfront Opportunity Zone offers strong incentives for private partnership investments. The Port of Vancouver will continue to nurture business growth and development through strategic partnerships.

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Contracting Opportunities


Terminal 1 is owned by the Port of Vancouver USA. With the port being a public agency, they must comply with specific laws defined in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW). The port’s contracts department is responsible for procurement services that provide a fair, secure and user-friendly process.

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Hotel


In 2016, Vesta Hospitality was selected as the preferred developer for the port’s Terminal 1 hotel property. The Vancouver-based developer is partnered with Marriott, architecture firm DLR Group, and construction firm Robertson & Olson to build the AC Hotel by Marriott.

Learn More
Rendering of AC HotelRendering of AC Hotel

Marketplace
and Dock


This vibrant public development will provide a lively atmosphere where people from Vancouver and the Portland Metro area can experience the Columbia River and the Vancouver waterfront at its finest.

Learn More
Marketplace and dock renderingMarketplace and dock rendering

Mixed Use Development


An important component of the Terminal 1 redevelopment is private and public mixed-use, integrating portions of existing facilities with new construction whenever possible.  The LPC-West division of Lincoln Property Company is the master developer for the mixed-use development on the northern two blocks. The current conceptual design of the project includes office, residential and retail space as well as associated parking facilities.

Learn More

Renaissance Trail


The Columbia River Renaissance Trail runs parallel to the Columbia River for five miles, starting in downtown Vancouver and moving eastward to Wintler Community Park.

Learn More
Renaissance Trail RenderingRenaissance Trail Rendering

Vancouver Landing


The western portion of the Terminal 1 pier, known as Vancouver Landing, will host a renovated amphitheater. This outdoor venue will provide a public-friendly atmosphere for enjoying the waterfront and select events. Ground stabilization work will be completed to bring the underlying soil to necessary seismic standards prior to upgrading the amphitheater structure.

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Vancouver landing renderingVancouver landing rendering

East Portal


The new facility will be called the East Portal and will be located east of the Public Market building adjacent to a portion of the Renaissance Trail.

Learn More
East portal renderingEast portal rendering

Future Projects


As Vancouver downtown waterfront developments flourish, new opportunities will abound. The Port of Vancouver’s improvements to the local infrastructure will continue to aid and support private commercial investment projects.

The establishment of the Downtown-South/Waterfront Opportunity Zone offers strong incentives for private partnership investments. The Port of Vancouver will continue to nurture business growth and development through strategic partnerships.

Learn More
Daniels way plaza renderingDaniels way plaza rendering

Contracting Opportunities


Terminal 1 is owned by the Port of Vancouver USA. With the port being a public agency, they must comply with specific laws defined in the Revised Code of Washington (RCW). The port’s contracts department is responsible for procurement services that provide a fair, secure and user-friendly process.

Learn More
Terminal 1 site plan renderingTerminal 1 site plan rendering

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

360-693-3611