Kirkland Renaissance Boardwalk Vancouver, Washington


As part of revitalized Vancouver waterfront, the Kirkland Renaissance Boardwalk represents one of the most visible, iconic waterfront mixed-use projects on the West Coast.

The dynamic 9 story, 400,000+ square foot mixed-use project includes residential, office, restaurants, and entertainment uses while providing residents and guests access to the Columbia River and views to the south. A new boardwalk along the river completes the connection between the adjacent Waterfront Park, Terminal 1 Site, the Waterfront Gateway, as well as developments to the west. Close collaboration between the developer, City of Vancouver, National Park Service, and multiple design disciplines of Otak delivered this prominent piece of the urban fabric to the people of Vancouver.

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