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OnPoint will open next week; Updates on other Waterfront retail construction

Six retail businesses at the Waterfront Vancouver are under construction, and OnPoint Community Credit Union will be the next to open its doors.

OnPoint announced that Tuesday is the opening date of its new waterfront location.

The new branch, on the ground floor of the Murdock Building, 611 W. Columbia Way, is OnPoint’s 32nd overall and the fifth in Southwest Washington, according to a news release from OnPoint.

The branch will be open Saturdays and will offer ATM services, membership enrollment, consumer and commercial lending, a coin machine, notarization and financial planning, according to the news release.

The credit union will host a grand opening event at the new location from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7. The event will include giveaways, member enrollment, refreshments and local food cart Mack Shack. OnPoint is also giving a $2,500 donation to local nonprofit Innovative Services NW during the event.

Other retail construction projects at the Waterfront Vancouver’s buildings are in various stages. Here are the updates:

Brian Carter Cellars in the Rediviva building: The winery was last said to be planning a November opening.

Amavi Cellars and Pepper Bridge Winery also in the Rediviva Building: The joint-winery tasting room will open Nov. 25.

ZoomCare in the RiverWest building: The health care company said on its website that it will open in December.

Airfield Estates Winery in the RiverWest Building: The sixth-planned winery at the Waterfront Vancouver was set to open in late October, but delays with contractors and construction have caused the date to be pushed back. Co-owner Lori Stevens said she hopes to be open by Valentine’s day of 2020, but it could be open as soon as December.

Pizzeria sul Lago in the Murdock Building: The wood-fired, Neopolitan-style pizza restaurant was set to open in the spring of 2019.

The Kirkland Tower and Hotel Indigo project is set to be open in the fall of 2020, and the building will hold Naked Winery, El Gaucho steakhouse and a coffee shop.


Source: https://www.columbian.com

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