24-unit apartment project gets nod in Spokane Valley
Building will be first of four planned at site near former waterpark
Karina EliasAugust 25th, 2022
The city of Spokane Valley has approved a building permit for a new $4.6 million, 24-unit apartment structure dubbed Splashdown Apartments to be constructed at 1624 N. Bowdish, in Spokane Valley.
Samuel L. Courchaine, of Spokane Valley based-Courchaine Investments Inc., is the owner and contractor for the project.
Ron Mackie, architect and owner of Spokane Valley-based Architectural Ventures, who designed the project, says the building will be the first of four multifamily structures that Courchaine plans to erect in three phases on the nearly 4-acre site just east of Valley Mission Park and the former Splashdown water park.
Spokane-based Eclipse Engineering PC is providing engineering services, says Mackie.
The foundation, footing, and electrical infrastructure work is underway for the first three-story building.
Courchaine plans to begin construction on a second 24-unit multifamily structure in summer 2023, Mackie says. Phase three is planned for 2024 and will include a third 24-unit apartment building and a 12-unit building.