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Avista plans $12 million parking garage at its Spokane headquarters

Avista plans $12 million parking garage at its Spokane headquarters

Spokane-based Avista Corp. plans to construct a new $12 million parking garage at its corporate camp…

Special delivery in construction

Special delivery in construction

The construction team that’s building a $34 million psychiatric hospital on the lower South Hill i…

North Idaho Energy Logs Inc.: Fueling fires far and wide

North Idaho Energy Logs Inc.: Fueling fires far and wide

As winter approaches and outside temperatures drop, business at one remote company, North Idaho Ener…

State’s voter-approved sick, safe leave is looming

State’s voter-approved sick, safe leave is looming

In November 2016, Washington voters approved Initiative 1433, raising the state’s minimum wage ove…

Momentum mounts at The M

Momentum mounts at The M

A year into The M redevelopment, Spokane developer Centennial Properties Inc. and its affiliates have obtained or applied for building permits valued at more than $33 million for the renovation project at 608 W. Main, the former site of Macy’s departmen…

Public plaza envisioned in downtown Spokane

Public plaza envisioned in downtown Spokane

A public plaza will be built along Spokane Falls Boulevard in downtown Spokane, on a site where a 2.2-million gallon combined sewer overflow tank is being installed. The plaza’s design team, which includes Los Angeles-based AECOM, Spokane-based Garco Co…

Apartment complex to be build in Cliff Cannon neighborhood

Apartment complex to be build in Cliff Cannon neighborhood

A three-story, nine-unit apartment complex is planned at 1021 W. Ninth, in the historic Cliff Cannon neighborhood on Spokane’s South Hill, according to building permit application information on file with the city of Spokane.The $1 million project, to…

Skils’kin looks to build stronger bonds with Spokane business community

Skils’kin looks to build stronger bonds with Spokane business community

Skils’kin, a Spokane-based nonprofit that provides employment and financial-management services for adults with disabilities, is looking to re-introduce itself to the business community by improving its marketing and seeking new partnership opportunitie…