The West Park Office Building is a 2-story 33,000 square foot Class-A office building located on the SW corner of Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver, Washington. The property is 100% leased and consists LSW Architecture, First Pacific Investments, Community Foundation of Southwest Washington, Cascadia Development Partners, and Davidson Insurance.
The property was purchased in 2014 from the City of Vancouver and underwent a $6.5 million dollar complete renovation of the interior and exterior by Cascadia Development. The design included the addition of a new lobby entry, new space layout, decks for first floor suites, new restrooms, all new finishes, new landscaping and the addition of a community room and exterior outdoor patio and fireplace for the building and other members of the community. The Community Room is available to non-profits free of charge and to other businesses and community members on a paid-per-use program. Site amenities include a courtyard and community room, on-site parking, and fully landscaped grounds with seating areas, water feature and pedestrian bridge.
Quality building materials were used with an emphasis on design and energy efficiency.
Situate in the urban core of downtown Vancouver, WA. Vancouver’s urban core has seen a resurgence with nearly $1 billion in new construction and redevelopment projects. The local market is diverse with re-gentrification of neighboring single family residences, student housing, office, retail and a mix of affordable to luxury multifamily residences. Vancouver has become a tax haven for affluent residents relocating from Oregon and California.
The site is situated in the heart of the Vancouver’s downtown core area that boasts over 12,000 jobs, 14,000 students at Clark College, 5,000 jobs at the Port of Vancouver and over 1 million visitors annually at the Fort Vancouver historic district. Immediate and adjacent uses include; Esther Short park which hosts numerous outdoor events drawing tens of thousands of visitors, Hilton hotel and convention center, new City Hall, gateway to developing Columbia Waterfront project encompassing three million square feet of office, retail and urban residential and Vancouver Farmer's Market.