Spokane Journal of Business

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Growth management broached in Kootenai County

In response to a surge in development and population, the subject of growth management is being broached in Kootenai County. The county’s Community Development office has produced a 22-page report exploring possible growth management strategies that ...

Midwest private-equity firm acquires Cascadia Custom Molding

Coeur d’Alene-based thermoplastic injection molder Cascadia Custom Molding has been acquired by...

Lakehome buyers should know about encroachments

As an attorney practicing in Idaho and Washington for nearly 30 years, I often represent clients...

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Kenworth breaks ground on new Post Falls facility

Salt Lake City-based Kenworth Sales Co. has broken ground on a 41,500-square-foot facility...

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Nightingale College expands nursing program to North Idaho

Salt Lake City-based Nightingale College has partnered with health care providers in North Idaho...

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Work is underway on Post Falls-Rathdrum corridor

The Idaho Transportation Department has begun a multiyear, $131 million effort to expand and improve a 6.5-mile section of state Route 41 from Post Falls to Rathdrum. The work includes widening the highway by adding new lanes to the east of the existing ...

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Hagadone plans three towers near golf course

Hagadone Hospitality Co. is planning a three-tower, mixed-use development in southeastern Coeur d’Alene, overlooking the Coeur d’Alene Resort Golf Course....

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Apartment projects sprout in Spokane, Cd’A

The Spokane-area multifamily construction industry continues to add apartments in the area, with three ongoing projects with 222 living units combined and a total construction value of nearly $32 million among the most recent developments....

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Construction to start at Atlas mill site

This year and 2022 are expected to be busy construction years in the Atlas District urban renewal area in west Coeur d’Alene. Residential and commercial redevelopment at the 68-acre tract that encompasses the industrial area formerly known as the ...

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Fatbeam, Ednetics buy Twin Falls tech company

Fiber optics company Fatbeam LLC, of Coeur d’Alene, and its subsidiary, Ednetics Inc., have purchased a Twin Falls, Idaho-based tech company that serves education-based organizations and local and state governments....

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