Downtown residential living invigorates the core of a city.
Prestige Development contributed to Vancouver’s downtown revitalization and created community with the Lewis and Clark Plaza, which opened in late 2004 at 621 Broadway.
This 46-apartment residential building features quality senior housing with an affordable price. The 3 studio apartments, 32 one-bedroom apartments and 11 two-bedroom apartments are safe, secure, and fully accessible. Residents enjoy quality appliances, mountain and river views, balconies, a comfortable lobby, and a four-story interior courtyard.
Lewis and Clark Plaza is much more than an apartment community. A street-level interpretive center and art gallery features commissioned historical panels and stunning, life-sized bronze sculptures of Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, Sacagawea, baby Pomp, and a Native American chief by artist Jim Demetro. The Lewis and Clark theme continues in the lobby with an expansive wall painting of the explorers’ map and large murals on all residential floors.
Conveniently located in downtown Vancouver, the Lewis and Clark Plaza is adjacent to the Vancouver Community Library, banks, restaurants, cinemas, and bus transportation. The plaza is an element in the long-range plan to connect downtown Vancouver with the Historic Reserve and pedestrian bridge. History and downtown living merge at Lewis and Clark Plaza.