Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Big expectations for big expansion at the Spokane Convention Center

The first phase of the $50 million, 92,000-square-foot Spokane Convention Center expansion project should be completed by mid-December, says the Spokane Public Facilities District. ...

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Spokane Public Schools floats $204.9 million project list

Spokane Public Schools has finalized its list of projects to be included in a $145 million bond meas...

Spokane has state’s lowest homeowners’ premiums

Spokane has the lowest average annual homeowners’ insurance premiums of any city in the state—...

Affiliate of tenant acquires Broadway industrial park

Havana Properties LLC, a recently formed affiliate of Spokane-based Fast Way Freight Systems Inc., h...

Kootenai County to move public defender’s offices

Kootenai County has leased a stand-alone building in northwest Coeur d’Alene, where it plans to mo...

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Spokane County Assessor’s Office endeavors to keep pace with growing market

With nearly 72 percent of the votes in the recent election, Republican Vicki Horton has four more years as Spokane County Assessor—and a mandate to keep doing what she’s doing. ...

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Two-building retail centers planned in east Post Falls

A Spokane real estate investment group is developing a two-building retail center in east Post Falls, says Paul Bielec a member of the investment group, Mullan North LLC. ...

Insulation installer debuts energy-efficient showcase

Intermountain West Insulation & Garage Doors recently moved its Spokane Valley branch into a new building in which it has incorporated many of the energy-saving insulation products that it sells and installs for commercial and residential customers. ...

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North Side veterinary clinic plans move to larger quarters

Rob Brown and Keri Bayley, partners in Spokane veterinarian practice Indian Trail Animal Hospital PS, are developing a $1.2 million clinic and plan to move their practice there from smaller quarters. ...

Pick Electric to begin Libby Dam project soon

Spokane electrical contractor Pick Electric Inc. has been selected for a $6.5 million equipment replacement and upgrade at the Libby Dam, located 17 miles upstream from Libby, Mont., on the Kootenai River. ...

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