Spokane Journal of Business

Local News

200-acre industrial park eyed in Spokane Valley

Centennial Real Estate Investments and the city of Spokane Valley are moving closer to finalizing plans for the development of a 200-acre industrial park amid efforts to woo at least two major manufacturers there as tenants. Doug Yost, Centennial’s di...

1

Tekoa touts rail trail

A small group of Tekoa-based boosters of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail hope a tentative agreement the...

1

Spokane Symphony ends season on high note

A year into his role as Spokane Symphony executive director, Jeff vom Saal often uses the word momen...

1

Accident consultant Origin Forensics seeks gains in niche field

Now in its 14th year of business, Origin Forensics LLC, a small Liberty Lake-based consulting compan...

Gold Reserve receives first payment from Venezuela

After years of litigation followed by several delays, Spokane-based Gold Reserve Inc. says it has re...

1

City explores housing quality action

City of Spokane officials are reaching out to community organizations and residents this month to gather input about housing quality in the city. Three public meetings have been held in June to review recommendations offered by Mayor David Condon’s Hou...

1

Rare Ayre: Bottling a sense of place

Newly established business owner Michelle Anderson describes herself as a kind of story teller, whose company is working to tell the stories of the Pacific Northwest’s most iconic places through their scent. “This region’s landscapes are so very e...

Imprezzio, Infosys partner to boost customer service

Spokane-based proprietary software company Imprezzio Inc. says it’s formed a partnership with global technology consulting firm Infosys Ltd. to help both companies improve service to their customers. “Considering Infosys’ 300,000 employees, Imprezz...

Transitions plans $6 million cottage housing project

Transitions, a Spokane-based nonprofit that’s goal is to end poverty and homelessness for women and children, is preparing to break ground on a $6 million housing complex to be located near its current facilities at 3128 N. Hemlock, in northwest Spokane...

Douglass family members request five comprehensive plan amendments

Prominent Spokane developers Harlan Douglass and his sons, Harley and Lanzce, are seeking a total of five amendments to the Spokane County comprehensive land-use plan. One request seeks to tweak language to clarify that development of access from major m...

Sign up for our E-mail updates

Now including the
Morning Edition