March 30, 2015
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Clark College Foundation moves forward with demolition of properties
on the corner of Fourth Plain and Fort Vancouver Way
VANCOUVER, Wash.– Demolition work will begin the week of March 30 on the corner of Fourth Plain Blvd. and Fort Vancouver Way on the northwest end of Clark College’s main campus. The buildings and the property being demolished are owned by Clark College Foundation.
The future of the corner of Fourth Plain Blvd. and Fort Vancouver Way will have several phases. After the demolition, some of the space will be converted into parking, which will help offset parking losses due to the construction of the new 70,000 square-foot STEM building and remodeling of a culinary facility on the Clark College campus.
Long term, the corner of Fourth Plain Blvd. and Fort Vancouver Way is part of the Facilities Master Plan at the college and many options are under consideration. One option is for the foundation or college to partner with a developer to develop the property, but the location currently has no funding identified for any project or any specific use.
The demolition will run through approximately April 3, 2015.