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‘Podium’ project to rise at Kendall Yards

Greenstone Corp., the Liberty Lake based real estate development company, is about to embark on a $50 million phase of construction in Kendall Yards that will include the largest project the company has taken on so far, says Jim Frank, Greenstone CEO....

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Wage hike weighs on Spokane-area employers

Todd Mielke, the CEO of Greater Spokane Incorporated, says a survey of its members shows a majority ...

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Maker of software for pathologists lands $2.6 million

Earlier this month, Dan Roark, CEO of Spokane-based Gestalt Diagnostics LLC, helped close on $2.6 mi...

Spokane Club CEO takes position with Stay Alfred

Spokane Club CEO Stacie Harper will leave the private social-and-athletic club at month’s end to t...

Ridpath project is jelling, developer Ron Wells says

Spokane developer Ron Wells says financing is coming together for acquiring and converting the long-shuttered Ridpath Hotel complex into downtown housing. With final loan approval appearing close at hand, work on the $22 million project could start as ea...

Design work starts for Trent Avenue bridge replacement

The Washington state Department of Transportation is designing a replacement for the East Trent Avenue Bridge, which crosses the Spokane River just east of Hamilton Street in East Spokane. Al Gilson, Spokane-based spokesman for WDSOT, says the $20 milli...

Spokane CPA firm merges into Eide Bailly

Langenhorst & Self-Merritt, CPAs, PS, has merged its operations into the Spokane office of Fargo, N.D.-based Eide Bailly LLP, a regional certified public accounting and business advisory firm. Founding partner Hubert Langenhorst says following the merger...

Two sporting goods retailers coming to Spokane Valley

Two sporting goods store chains are planning to open outlets within a mile of each other in Spokane Valley. One of them, Midvale, Utah-based Sportsman’s Warehouse, has leased 32,400 square feet of retail space at the former Sports Authority site, near ...

The Journal’s View: Fairchild Air Force Base’s anniversary worthy of celebration

Fairchild Air Force Base, located west of Spokane, has been such an Inland Northwest fixture for so long that some residents here no doubt now take it for granted. Many probably barely notice as KC-135 Stratotankers regularly pass overhead while departing...

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