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Massive Amazon-like project pursued in Spokane Valley

The city of Spokane Valley today approved a permit for initial grading work for a 1.3 million-square-foot building. The company behind the development, characterized as Project Fireball, isn't listed in public documents, but the project has some of the...


Friction over frontage road stalls $30 million project

A dispute between the cities of Spokane Valley and Liberty Lake has brought planning of the proposed...


Developer sees future in hybrid housing model

A Spokane developer plans to create a mixture of short- and long-term rental units in a building ...


A surgical approach to medical school design

A behind-the-scenes look at the mechanical and engineering systems of the planned new ...


Reimagining of Division Street begins

Spokane-area transportation professionals are collaborating to re-envision what Division Street...


INW employers try to keep workers fresh in pandemic era

Alliance Data Systems Corp., of Coeur d’ Alene, has created virtual contests and games to keep their employees engaged. In Liberty Lake, Insight Enterprises Inc. has provided financial assistance through its foundation for employees whose spouses...


Contract Design Associates to exceed projections

Though a good majority of customers for the office furniture supply company Contract Design Associates are uncertain about the status of future workplaces, what is for sure is that many are still buying from the retailer....


$4.6 million extension to reshape Airport Drive

Construction crews recently started work on a new road project at Spokane International Airport that is designed to improve incoming traffic to the airport’s terminal complex....


Q&A with Kitty Cantina owner Justyn Cozza

What’s a cat cafe without cats? Justyn and Tori Cozza, owners of Kitty Cantina LLC, a cat cafe at 6704 N. Nevada, on Spokane’s North Side, found out last month when an outbreak of feline panleukopenia at partner organization SpokAnimal forced them t...


Black building renovation takes shape

Longtime Spokane developer David Black, above, stands outside the James S. Black building, at the southeast corner of First Avenue and Howard Street downtown. His commercial brokerage, NAI Black, had been located in that building for years until it ...

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