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Spokane Northwest Center, a Renton, Washington-based nonprofit, has leased 11,100 square feet of office and warehouse space at the International Gateway Center, at 10102 E. Knox, Ste. 100, in Spokane Valley, where the company is opening a new office. ...

24-unit apartment project gets nod in Spokane Valley

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. ...

Spokane bucks small business rent-delinquency trend

Commercial real estate industry experts in Spokane say that although a rise in commercial rent delinquencies is being reported across the country, Lilac City’s small businesses have proven resilient, bucking national trends. ...

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Apartments planned at Sunset Hill restaurant site

The Fiesta Charra restaurant, located on Sunset Hill in west Spokane, is being demolished and replaced with a three-story apartment building. Rustle Project LLC, the company behind the Rustle Apartments project, is governed by Mike Schneider...

Fire damaged warehouse scheduled for demolition

The fire-damaged, 30,000-square-foot former S&P Meats warehouse in East Spokane is being demolished. ...

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Railway Storage to add four buildings in Spokane Valley

Railway Storage LLC has started work on the construction of four new buildings and paved outside parking at its facility at 4210 N. Progress Road, in Spokane Valley, says co-owner Mike Thew. According to permit information on file with the city of ...

Medical office spaces to undergo upgrades

Interior remodel projects are underway or planned at two medical buildings with work valued at a combined $110,000, according to information in separate permit applications submitted to the city of Spokane....

Surge in ESG funds calls for closer scrutiny

The exploding popularity of environmental, social, and governance funds is prompting the federal Securities and Exchange Commission to take stricter measures on how investment managers brand their funds. ...

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Visit Spokane’s Winchester to retire

Meg Winchester is retiring from her position as president and CEO of Visit Spokane, the regional destination marketing organization announced this morning....

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To a greater degree: INW colleges expand certificate programs as gateway for new students

Certificates are becoming a more popular offering at higher education institutions amid an environment of declining enrollment, representatives of Spokane’s colleges and universities say. While students increasingly are seeking low-cost, low-time ...

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