Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Brokers buy downtown Fusion Juice restaurant

Dallas and Ellen Lightner and Ryan Towner, all of Spokane, have bought the assets of Fusion Juice of Spokane Inc. They plan to operate the independent restaurant in the James S. Black Building, at 107 S. Howard, as Spokane Fusion LLC. The restaurant occu...

Next phase of MLK Way extension to start

The second phase of the city of Spokane’s Martin Luther King Jr. Way extension project is expected...

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Keller Williams’ growth in Spokane is outperforming the market

Keller Williams Realty Spokane is enjoying rapid growth in agents and overall performance, says Chas...

Pro Builders erects new building in Hillyard

Pro Builders General Contractors LLC is constructing a new office building at 4445 N. Freya in Spoka...

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Cd’A Fire Department builds its fourth station

The Coeur d’Alene Fire Department is building a $1.2 million, 7,000-square-foot station in northwe...

City’s parks department plans to make Mission ballfield more accessible

The city of Spokane will begin construction in September at Mission Park on a baseball field and facility for youth with physical disabilities. The overall goal is to make the park the most accessible in Spokane for people with disabilities. ...

Sacred Heart starts work on special pathogens unit

Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children’s Hospital has begun a $1.3 million remodeling project for a new special pathogens unit there. Dr. Joel McCullough, Providence Health Care’s medical director for community health and epidemiology, sa...

McDonald’s franchise here relocates its offices

Spokane Food Services Inc., which owns 14 McDonald’s restaurants and employs more than 450 people, has relocated from offices in Hillyard to a space west of downtown to make way for the North Spokane Corridor project. The company has about 20 employee...

Mulling alternatives to employee health coverage

Historically, offering health insurance to employees has been a great retention tool for businesses. That being said, the unsustainable premium growth and increasing complexity have caused many employers to go back to the drawing board. ...

St. Luke’s absorbs practice, expands physiatry staff

St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute has bolstered its physiatry department and is expanding and remodeling its outpatient physiatry area, says Nicole Stewart, director of communications for Inland Northwest Health Services, which operates St. Luke’s. ...

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