Spokane Journal of Business

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Reimagining community investment in the INW

There is a tsunami coming. Before we cause needless alarm, this is not yet another unexpected emergency, but a demographic tidal wave that we have known about for some time....

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Around Town

Mead-based Walter Knopp, Bonita Greene, and Michael Knopp have purchased the 50,000-square-foot retail building at 10425 N. Newport Highway as an investment. The building currently is occupied by an Ashley Homestore....

Second building to be constructed at Euclid Logistics Center

Work on the next phase of the Euclid Logistics Center is slated to begin this month, adding a second, 120,000-square-foot facility to the center located within the Spokane Business & Industrial Park....

T-O Engineers plans to move Spokane operations

The Spokane office of Meridian, Idaho-based T-O Engineers Inc. is moving to a new location to accommodate growth, says Eva Fithen, the firm’s marketing manager....

Structural issues persist at Spokane Valley City Hall

This article has been updated to include comments from Mark D’Agostino, president of Meridian Construction Inc., and the company’s attorney John Black....

Rockwood Retirement completes Whitworth project financing

Rockwood Retirement Communities has completed its final round of bond financing for its Rockwood at Whitworth redevelopment project with $81.3 million in bond financing to be used to construct the second phase of the project....

Analysis suggests stability is returning to most INW public companies

Some stability appears to be returning to the Inland Northwest’s publicly traded companies after turbulence in the first half of the calendar year, as evidenced in an analysis by Spokane-based Hart Capital Management Inc....

Potential unemployment tax hikes concern builders group

Members of the Associated Builders & Contractors’ Inland Pacific Chapter have expressed concerns to Gov. Jay Inslee’s office about the possibility of businesses experiencing steep unemployment insurance rate hikes in coming years....

Liberty Lake coffee shop to rebrand as Bocopop

The Well Coffeehouse is being rebranded as Bocopop, says new owner Steven Kelly. Kelly bought the popular Liberty Lake coffee shop and eatery, located in nearly 1,000 square feet of space at 21980 E. Country Vista Drive, in July....

The Journal’s View: Though overturned, I-976 should be a cautionary tale

The Washington state Supreme Court made the right call last week when it overturned Initiative 976, also known as the Bring Back Our $30 Car Tabs measure....

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