Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Washington Federal’s future foothold

Washington Federal Inc., the Seattle-based parent of Washington Federal bank that now has a permanent Eastern Washington headquarters on Spokane’s North Side, has ambitious aspirations to grow its Inland Northwest presence in the years to come. Doug Sm...

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Tax ‘extenders’ made permanent

Some tax preparers here say a few tax breaks that Congress recently made permanent will enable them ...

Horizon, Amicus credit unions plan to merge operations

Spokane-based Horizon Credit Union plans to merge into its operations the smaller Amicus Federal Cre...

Deeper look at market factors makes them less scary

With a tough start to the new year, I want to give you some information to help make informed decisi...

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BECU sets sights on three Spokane neighborhoods

Boeing Employees Credit Union, which claims to be the fourth largest credit union in the U.S., is re...

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Spokane-area building permit activity bounces back

The total value of Spokane-area building permits bumped upward in 2015 compared with a year earlier, although falling short of the record high total permit valuation of 2013. ...

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New Kendall Yards buildings proposed

An affiliate of Liberty Lake-based Greenstone Corp. has submitted predevelopment applications to the city of Spokane for two commercial buildings in the early planning stages at Kendall Yards. The structures have a total anticipated construction value of ...

Large-lot neighborhood planned on South Hill

An affiliate of Copper Basin Construction Inc., of Hayden, is planning an upscale neighborhood with 67 homesites on large view lots on Spokane’s upper South Hill, says a real estate agent who’s marketing the 10-lot first phase of the development. ...

Light-industrial park to be developed in Post Falls

Bessie Lane Rentals LLC, a Spokane Valley real estate investment and development company, has bought 60 acres of land at 1101 N. Beck Road, in Post Falls, and plans to develop a light industrial park there, says John Conard, who co-owns the company. Cona...

Boise company selected to make Upriver Dam upgrades

The city of Spokane has named McMillen LLC, a Boise-based engineering and construction company, as the contractor for the $1.7 million second phase in a spillway rehabilitation project at Upriver Dam on the Spokane River. ...

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