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Spokane considered as market for cannabis distribution

Seattle-based düber Technologies Inc. says it recently reached a $50 million funding agreement with California-based Valcone Real Estate for the acquisition or master lease and outfitting of 15 cannabis distribution centers in Washington, Oregon, Califor...

TMS Solutions opens its first Spokane office

The CEO and co-founder of a company that specializes in using magnetic therapy to treat depression says the company will begin transitioning gradually its corporate headquarters to Spokane from its current location of Grand Junction, Colo. CEO Christophe...

HMA acquires smaller Spokane CPA practice

HMA CPA PS, a Spokane-based firm specializing in tax and accounting services, has acquired smaller Spokane accounting firm Dorendorf & Associates PS. Marc Dorendorf, former president and owner of Dorendorf & Associates, says he and his business partner, ...

Spokane International Academy hopes to house its two schools at one site

Administrators for the Spokane International Academy are moving forward on a $3.7 million proposal to consolidate the two schools they operate into a single location on the 500 block of East Wellesley Avenue, on Spokane’s North Side. The Primary Academ...

126-unit apartment complex slated for Spokane Valley

A 126-unit apartment complex with a construction value of $9.3 million is slated for 16511 E. Sprague, in Spokane Valley, says Del Stratton, project manager with Douglass Properties. Wyatt Architects & Associates PLLC, of Spokane Valley, is the architect...

Two commercial real estate agents open new brokerage in Spokane

Spokane commercial real estate brokers Dallas Lightner and Ryan Towner have opened a new brokerage on Spokane’s North Side, Lightner says. The new company, LT Real Estate LLC, occupies a 1,700-square-foot building at 2614 N. Monroe. The agency speciali...

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Spokane financial adviser offers alternative use of 401(k)

A Spokane financial adviser has started promoting a retirement investment alternative for people who want more control over their employer-sponsored 401(k) funds while still employed. Many people don’t know much about their 401(k) accounts because empl...

Restaurants & Retail: Adam Hegsted to open Incrediburger in downtown Spokane

Spokane chef Adam Hegsted plans to open a new casual dining space to be called Incrediburger & Eggs in the heart of Downtown. Hegsted says the restaurant is set to open early this month at 909 W. First, in 3,000 square feet of street-level space formerly...

Restaurants & Retail: Roast House Coffee plans first coffee shop

Spokane-based artisan coffee roaster Roast House Coffee plans to open its first coffee shop this spring. Roast House owner Deborah Di Bernardo says the shop, to be called First Avenue Coffee, will occupy a 3,000-square-foot space on the ground floor of t...

Restaurants & Retail: Steam Plant restaurant reopens in downtown Spokane

Downtown Spokane’s iconic Steam Plant has reopened with a freshly renovated interior, and new rooftop event space. Spencer Sowl, facilities operations and property manager for the Avista Development, says the historic building at 159 S. Lincoln closed ...

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