A Spokane Valley multifamily housing development company has obtained building permits for an $8 million, 121-unit senior apartment complex in Coeur d'Alene.
The developer, Inland Idaho LLC, has started work at the project site, which is located on a nearly 4-acre parcel of land at 3590 N. Cedarblom. That site is west of Government Way, just north of a Safeway supermarket, and south of a Home Depot outlet, says Scott Smith, a project manager for Inland Idaho.
The project, named Affinity at Coeur d'Alene, will be marketed to people ages 55 and older, Smith says.
Inland Idaho is an affiliate of Inland Group PS, also of Spokane Valley. Inland Group's construction affiliate is the contractor on the project. Nystrom Olson Architecture, of Spokane, designed it.
The project will include a four-story, 115,000-square-foot horseshoe-shaped apartment structure that will have studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom living units, Smith says.
The complex also will include a 5,000-square-foot recreational center with an indoor pool and spa, a workshop, and a multipurpose room, he says. Outdoor amenities will include facilities for shuffleboard and horseshoes.
The building permits also call for four garage structures, two with eight stalls and two with seven stalls.
Smith says the project is scheduled to be completed next February.
Inland Washington LLC, another Inland Group affiliate, is developing two senior apartment projects in the Spokane area. One is Traditions at South Hill, a $14.1 million, 150-unit project at 3304 E. 44th. The other is Traditions at Mill Road, a 150-unit project in the Wandermere area.
Inland Group's construction affiliate also was the contractor for the recently completed $20.3 million, 232-unit Palouse Family apartments, at 3210 E. 44th, and the $13 million, 180-unit Ridge at Midway apartment complex, at 16320 N. Hatch in Colbert.
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