Granite Investments LLC, a company headed by Spokane developer Dick Vandervert, is building a $1.8 million office building in the Pacific Northwest Technology Park, on the West Plains.
The 17,000-square-foot, single-story structure is being built along Technology Boulevard, just south of a Bank of Whitman branch thats located at 8727 W. Sunset Highway.
Tim Stulc, vice president of Vandervert Construction Inc., says that work on the new office building started late last year, and the structure is scheduled to be completed by April.
Its being built speculatively in hopes of generating activity in the largely undeveloped, 152-acre planned technology park, Stulc says.
This is a flexible prototype that were building, he says. There may be a series of buildings of these types if were successful getting tenants.
The structures design is flexible so that it can accommodate either a single tenant or multiple tenants.
Bernardo-Wills Architects PC, of Spokane, designed the structure.
The Pacific Northwest Technology Park, first announced in 2000, is located at the southeast corner of Sunset Highway and Flint Road, across Flint from the Triumph Composite Systems Inc. airplane-parts manufacturing plant, and extends south to Spokane International Airport. Currently, the park is home to Prospectors Bar & Grill restaurant, the Hilton Garden Inn Spokane Airport, and the Bank of Whitman branch.
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