Our Heroes Place
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 provides 3,500 square feet of commercial retail space with drive-through window, 49 residential apartments, and 60-off street parking spaces. Construction has begun with occupancy expected in early 2018.
This building community is named in honor of Ed and Dollie Lynch who have donated so much of their time and financial support to the betterment of the City of Vancouver. Ed and Dollie were true community heroes. The north building is named Ed and the south building Dollie.
The commercial space is located on the ground floor of the north building. There are four floors of market-rate apartments above this. The south building includes secured parking on the basement and ground floor levels, and three floors of upscale residential apartments above. Resident amenities such as bike storage, resident storage, community rooms, business center, on-site management office, and fitness rooms will also be provided.
The Columbian | November 28, 2017
Washington is the “most hipster” state overall, MoveHub adds, with three cities in the top 10: Vancouver, Tacoma and Spokane. No other state placed more than one city on the list.
MoveHub, a relocation-information service, analyzed the density of vital hipster services, hangouts and other relevant data for the 150 most populous American cities, and awarded the cup — make that the artisan beer mug — to our striving-yet-relaxed, awesome-yet-humble little town.
Vital hipster services like what? Microbreweries, vegan restaurants, thrift stores and tattoo studios. Vancouver ranked second in the nation in microbreweries per capita (we have 8.6 per 100,000) and fifth in tattoo parlors (5.2 per 100,000).
The Columbian | September 24, 2017
“There is a huge need in downtown (Vancouver),” said Elie Kassab, CEO of Vancouver-based Prestige Development, which is building the 49-unit Our Heroes Place at 409 E. Mill Plain Blvd. “We’re building housing for people who work downtown, want to live downtown, and not necessarily drive a car to work.”
That mentality is fostered by cities that want to promote density. Vancouver has 62 multifamily projects, totaling 4,450 units, in the permitting stage right now, though some of them may not get through the application process.
Vancouver Business Journal | January 26, 2016
“Our Heroes Place will serve as a constant reminder to downtown Vancouver guests and future residents of our appreciation for Ed and Dollie Lynch who both worked tirelessly to make our community a better place to live, work and play,” said project developer Elie Kassab, president of Prestige Development.
Downtown Vancouver soon will feature more apartments, condominiums and retail shops along its bustling I-5 Mill Plain entrance while honoring two outstanding longtime community leaders through a mixed use project that has been approved for development.
Elie Kassab, president of Prestige Development, said construction costs for the project are estimated at $11.5 million. He expects to select a general contractor in the next two months, break ground in spring 2016 and complete construction by spring 2017. Wilson Associates of Vancouver is handling all of the architectural planning.
|Our Heroes Place Site Plan||North Building Floor Plan|
|South Building Floor Plan|