VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON

ushering in a new era of artful sophistication,
kirkland tower features a collection of 40 extraordinary
residences located along the picturesque
vancouver waterfront

An Extraordinary
Residential Collection

the residences

Capturing spectacular views of the Columbia River, Kirkland Tower marks the first luxury condominium offering of its kind, introducing an entirely new way to live and experience Vancouver. Residential offerings include a diverse array of floor plans, featuring open, airy interiors and private, waterfront terraces. Floor-to-ceiling windows fill interiors with natural light, while highly curated design details showcase a sophisticated, modern vision.

open living room with dining table
bedside nightstand with large headboard
bathroom vanity with two sinks and large mirrors
woman sits at table with coffee cup
rooftop terrace with chef's kitchen

An Unprecedented
Waterfront Lifestyle

the amenities

The private residential amenities and services of Kirkland Tower were envisioned to nurture a connective, community-driven living experience. Owners enjoy effortless, turnkey living with private concierge and valet services. Lifestyle amenities include a spectacular rooftop terrace, residents’ lounge, fitness studio, chef’s catering kitchen, bike storage and pet washing station. Residents also enjoy the restaurants, bars and à la carte services of the adjacent Hotel Indigo.

inspired by the past,
envisioned for the future

a new modern-day
frontier

the location

Vancouver offers a blend of diverse natural beauty, historic attractions and dynamic, modern culture. As Vancouver continues to flourish, the energy of its downtown urban core is expanding to encompass 20 blocks of scenic waterfront. Envisioned as a new centerpiece of life in Vancouver, the waterfront is welcoming new office space, retail, restaurants, parks and cultural destinations. Residents of Kirkland Tower enjoy a prime riverfront location within minutes of Portland and Portland International Airport.

new waterfront buildings and park on columbia river