Bringing Life to Vancouver's Downtown Core

Hurley Development Corporate Office

An outside shot of the Hurley Building Downtown Vancouver with a sunset sky


The Hurley Office Tower is a 32,500 sf premium commercial condominium office in Vancouver, Washington on the corner of Washington Street and West 3rd Street. Since its completion in, this creative Class A office building provides tenants and guests with new, modern looking commercial space with premium views of both the Columbia River and Downtown Vancouver.

Key Stats


Vancouver, WA

Building Square Footage

32,500 SF

Hurley Office Square Footage

6,300 SF

Completion Date



As part of the City Planning effort to revitalize 5.5 acres in Downtown Vancouver, a combination of mixed-use housing, office, and adaptive reuse projects were envisioned alongside this project. The plan was to convert this underutilized industrial area into a vibrant jobs and housing area, with Hurley Development taking the lead on development.

With this plan in mind, LSW designed Hurley Development’s new waterfront-facing office condominium in Downtown Vancouver. This project was an exciting opportunity for our architecture and interior design teams to work side-by-side on a highly recognizable local building close to our own headquarters. Located near the Interstate Bridge, this five-story complex offers a chic working environment with easy access to the nearby waterfront development and Downtown. Each of the building’s five levels has roughly 7,000 square feet, and is served by two egress stairs, an elevator and an exterior balcony. The bottom floor is reserved for parking.

Hurley Full shot of the building looking towards the East
Looking at one of the doors to enter the Hurley building
Side view of the Hurley Building

Hurley Office Space

LSW’s Interior Studio completed the interior design and space plan for the building’s fourth floor. This large, open floor plan maximizes its position with plenty of natural light and glass, taking full advantage of its views.  

Divided into two parts, the layout consists of a semi-public gathering/meeting space with an added bar area to boot, along with a fireplace and several seating options on one side. A custom wood art installation, produced by a local tattoo artist, adds texture and pops of color, contrasting with the client’s personal taxidermy above the fireplace. The personality of the two tenants that share the floor, Hurley and Talents Construction, were combined to create an environment that showcases their unique strengths in harmony.

Hurley interior Looking a conference room
the interior of Hurley looking at a red table and portion of the kitchen area
Hurley Interior looking at the Lodge feel area of the office