Waterfront park design highlighted by cable-supported pier

A new rendering of Vancouver’s waterfront development is providing new details about what the 32-acre project along the Columbia River may look like.

The image, provided to the Vancouver Business Journal by project developer Gramor Development, depicts a portion of a planned 7.3 acre waterfront park, a pier and dock, as well as several buildings.

As illustrated above, a triangular cable-supported pier (Vancouver’s first along the waterfront west of Interstate 5) would extend several feet over the Columbia River. The two prominent buildings behind the pier would be marketed to restaurants.

Plans call for the park to connect to the Waterfront Renaissance Trail that stretches from Wintler Park to the east before meandering westerly into downtown.

Construction of the park and the buildings is expected to begin later this year.

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