Kirkland Senior Living – Palisades: Vancouver, Washington
- Mixed Use Architecture
- Residential Architecture
The project is located at the east end of Vancouver, Washington, within the Columbia Palisades Mixed Use master plan, which is a site of a former basalt rock quarry along the northwestern boundary of the Columbia Gorge. Benched into a steep-sloped triangular site, the building steps up and embraces the grade as it rises to its height at the northeast corner.
The exterior design consists of modern and clean lines, gently sloping roof elements at building corners, and is clad in ceramic-coated fiber cement siding. The ground level is articulated with generous storefront windows, brick veneer, and steel canopies and trellises. It has an open lobby lounge that includes formal seating areas centered on fireplaces, casual seating areas, and a bar bistro. A lushly landscaped garden court podium is at the second level with views to the south of the Columbia River. Large windows at the second level amenity spaces provide an opportunity to blend indoor and outdoor spaces. The south and west facing units have sweeping views of the Columbia River and the City of Portland to the south.
- Indoor Amenities:
- Pool room with hot tub, steam, and sauna rooms
- Private dining
- Golf simulator room
- Great room lounge that includes a bar bistro, fireplaces, and lounge seating
- Outdoor Amenities:
- Horseshoe pit
- Fireplaces and fire tables
- Yoga patio
- Lounge seating
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