Our Heroes Place is a mixed-use two-building project located at the Southwest corner of the intersection of Mill Plain and I-5. This project will provide 3,500 of commercial retail space with drive-through window, 49 residential dwelling units, and 60 off-street parking spaces. Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2016 with occupancy in early 2017.
Lewis & Clark Plaza is focused on providing affordable, convenient, or safe housing for senior residents in downtown Vancouver.
Independence Cinema has attracted new shops and restaurants to downtown Independence. With its vintage-style streetlights, bronze sculptures of Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley by sculptor Jim Demetro, and crowd-drawing films, the new movie theater is the cornerstone of redevelopment of historic downtown Independence.
At the request of the City of Sandy’s Mayor & City Manager, Prestige Development responded to that community need by developing Sandy Cinema, which has eight screens with 3D capabilities and 826 reclining, stadium-style seats. The theater is part of the Pioneer Park development, adjacent to busy Highway 26 at Champion Way, two miles west of Sandy’s City Center.
Today, the cinema is one of Battle Grounds favorite destinations. Luxury reclining seating, 3D capabilities, first run movies presented in Dolby Digital ® NEC, out of this world popcorn, and a friendly and helpful staff make a trip to the movies in Battle Ground a special occasion.
Prestige Plaza combines two, four-story 46 unit apartment buildings, retail and office space in downtown Vancouver.
The Gardner Center brought a much needed cinema, family restaurants, and retail services to Battle Ground and was chosen because of Battle Ground’s growth and the limited leisure services the city currently had to offer.
Located at the Gateway to Mt. Hood, Pioneer Park brings a high quality cinema, convenient business center, physical therapy clinic, and family restaurants to a community in need.
Prestige brought the big screen to downtown. Learn about the project that began the revitalization of downtown Vancouver in 1998.
With 52,009 square feet of rental office and service oriented space, the building was purchased in 1998 by Prestige Development and sold in a package including the City Center 12 cinema in 2006.