Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Logan group’s plans for Hamilton Street

The city of Spokane is airing proposed new land use regulations designed to encourage a pedestrian-friendly, higher-density mix of residential and commercial uses within a stretch of the Hamilton Street corridor near Gonzaga University. The area affected...

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Work slows for CPM Development

CPM Development Corp., the Spokane-based holding company of Inland Asphalt Co. and Central Pre-Mix C...

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David’s Pizza work resumes at Wonder Bread site

More than three years after moving out of the University District, Spokane restaurateur Mark Starr a...

Apartment project gets under way in Lake City

Whitewater Creek Inc., of Hayden, has started work on a 60-unit apartment complex in north Coeur d...

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Spokane-area landscape architect follows in father’s footsteps

Dave Nelson leads the way up to a waterfall located in front of his office off of Day Mt. Spokane Ro...

City prepares to test new filtration at sewage plant

The city of Spokane is evaluating suppliers that responded to its request for qualifications to build a filtration membrane as part of its estimated $80 million to $100 million upgrade of the Riverside Water Park Water Reclamation facility, says city spok...

T.W. Clark Construction lands $4.1 million project

T.W. Clark Construction LLC, of Spokane Valley, says it will begin work around Sept. 1 on a $4.1 million remodeling project at the Yakima County Resource Center, in Union Gap, Wash., near Yakima. The remodel of the building, located at 2403 S. 18th in Un...

HOA board members’ liability draws court scrutiny

A Spokane County Superior Court judge applied the wrong standard of care when she decided that board members of a homeowners association in Mead shouldn’t be held individually liable for their actions, an appellate court panel here ruled last week. The...

Fire-damaged apartment structure is being rebuilt

Lincoln View Apartments LLC, formed by brothers Pete and Nick Mounsey, has begun a $2 million rebuild of a lower South Hill apartment building that had been severely damaged by fire. ...

$8 million in grants on tap to help area homeless

About $8 million in federal grants have been awarded to Spokane-area agencies this summer to support housing and self-sufficiency programs for the homeless, more than half of which will go to programs intended to help homeless veterans in particular. ...

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