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...

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Christmas (shopping) comes early, Spokane retailers say

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

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Side Hustle Syrups: A sticky sweet hustle

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

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Nonprofits, landlords tackle housing affordability

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

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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 ...

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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 ...

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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...

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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. ...

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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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