Spokane Journal of Business

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NAI Black’s big move in downtown Spokane

Black Enterprises LP is considering a $5 million project that would convert the six-story James S. Black Building downtown into a mixed-use building with five floors of apartment units, says principal Dave Black....

Third generation takes helm at Amphenol Telect

Spencer Williams has been named general manager at Liberty Lake-based telecommunications equipment...


Christmas (shopping) comes early, Spokane retailers say

With the holidays fast approaching, Spokane-area retailers here say they’re preparing for another ...


Side Hustle Syrups: A sticky sweet hustle

Spokane startup Side Hustle Syrups began with a quest by brewer Dillon Hueser to craft a signature ...


Nonprofits, landlords tackle housing affordability

Dozens of landlords and representatives of Spokane County nonprofit agencies ...


School work: A first look at the Lewis & Clark High School expansion

Spokane Public Schools plans to start work next spring on a $23.4 million addition at Lewis & Clark High School, on the periphery of downtown Spokane. The project will involve adding eight classrooms ...


Manufacturing next-generation interest

When Spokane-based manufacturer Wagstaff Inc. landed a series of large contracts recently to produce custom machinery components, a quandary presented itself: the maker of aluminum-casting equipment didn’t have the skilled workforce needed ...


KSPS develops new workforce development project

Broadcasters with KSPS Public Television say they’ve helped create a new workforce development and education project called Career Explore Northwest that’s designed to guide students and job seekers toward career opportunities in high-demand...


Katerra to build 408-unit Liberty Lake complex

Menlo Park, Calif.-based construction company Katerra Inc. is proposing to build 408 units of middle-income multifamily housing on east Country Vista Drive, in Liberty Lake, according to documents filed with the City of Liberty Lake. ...


Renovations planned for former produce building

Predevelopment plans on file with the City of Spokane show a $500,000 renovation is in store for the former Pacific Fruit & Produce warehouse building at 102 E. Main....

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