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WSU Spokane selects Jensen-Byrd developer

Washington State University Spokane said it has selected a limited-liability company that includes McKinstry Spokane LLC to redevelop the Jensen-Byrd Building, a long-vacant, six-story warehouse building on the WSU Spokane campus. The company, named JB...

WSU Spokane selects Jensen-Byrd developer

Washington State University Spokane said it has selected a limited-liability company that includes M...

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Spokane and Coeur d’Alene home sales, prices surge

The residential real estate market in Spokane and Kootenai counties last year saw the biggest upswin...

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Mulling Macy’s makeover in downtown Spokane

Macy’s Inc.’s announcement earlier this month that it plans to close its downtown Spokane store ...

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City of Spokane to start working out particulars of sick-leave mandate

Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart has asked the mayor’s office to pick two advisers from...

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Riverfront Park work to begin midsummer

Nearly a year and a half after voters approved a $64.3 million bond measure to fund the first major upgrades of Riverfront Park since it was constructed for Expo ’74, the first projects to be funded under the measure are set to go to bid this spring. P...

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Costco, county to negotiate tax-increment agreement

Spokane County and Costco Wholesale Corp. are etching the final strokes on an agreement in which Costco would take on the financial risk for developing infrastructure that would serve land within a tax-increment financing district that surrounds a planned...

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Visit Spokane’s Cheryl Kilday: Meeting expectations

Since Cheryl Kilday returned to the Northwest 5 1/2 years ago, the Spokane Convention Center has been expanded, a 750-room hotel has opened across from it, and a number of smaller investments have added dining and shopping options in the city’s core. ...

Hayford Crossing retail center lands more tenants

The developer of the Hayford Crossing retail plaza under construction on the West Plains has secured three new tenants, adding to the two earlier-announced tenants. The planned new tenants are Grocery Outlet, Dollar Tree, and Supercuts, says Mark D’Ago...

Northwest Farm Credit Services reports mixed outlook

Spokane-based agricultural lender Northwest Farm Credit Services offers a mixed outlook for the region’s agriculture, forest products, and fisheries industries in a newly released analysts’ report. Michael Stolp, Northwest FCS vice president of cons...

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