Spokane Journal of Business

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Two self-storage facilities sell for $11 million in total

Two Inland Northwest storage units, one in Hayden and another in Medical Lake, have been acquired recently by separate buyers at a combined cost of $11 million. The Spokane-based real estate broker who helped orchestrate both deals claims the prices ...


Big mixed-use projects planned at Landing at Post Falls

At least 548 additional residential units and 46,000 square feet of office and commercial space are planned at the 33-acre Landing at Post Falls site, on the north bank of the Spokane River....


Coeur d’Alene Basin cleanup progresses

This year, the U.S. Environmental Agency, in partnership with the Coeur d’Alene Work Trust, plans to complete three construction projects throughout the Coeur d’Alene basin area and haul over 500 truckloads of historic mine waste-contaminated material...

Prairie Crossing mixed-use project moves forward

A 50-acre Post Falls development more than a decade in the making appears to be moving forward. The Prairie Crossing development, which is expected to include multifamily residential, retail, medical office, and other commercial uses, is proposed at the ...


Public charter school planned in Post Falls

A charter school specializing in career technical skills is on track to open in north Post Falls in time for the 2022-23 school year. Dubbed Elevate Academy North, the year-round career public charter school offers a variety of options for students and ...

East Greenacres Irrigation District sees strong residential growth

Despite robust residential growth on the Rathdrum Prairie, the district manager for the East Greenacres Irrigation District remains optimistic about the district’s capacity to oversee the distribution of water within its boundaries in future years. ...


Executive Pay sees double-digit increase

Executive pay at Inland Northwest-based publicly traded companies increased by double digits during the pandemic year of 2020, a Journal of Business analysis has found. The surge in total compensation for executives occurred during an unusual ...


Parting Thoughts with Rosauers CEO Jeff Philipps

Jeff Philipps has spent nearly 50 years in the grocery industry. Originally from Great Falls, Montana, Philipps says he’s climbed the ladder of the grocery industry from a service clerk at Montana-based Buttrey Food & Drug, where he worked to put ...


Continuous Composites secures $17M in financing

Coeur d’Alene-based additive manufacturer Continuous Composites Inc. has secured $17 million in funding that CEO Tyler Alvarado says will help the company double its workforce and bring its product to market within the next year. The financing round ...


Rohinni hires new CEO, plans move to Liberty Lake

Coeur d’Alene-based tech engineering startup Rohinni LLC has hired a new CEO and plans to move across the state line to Liberty Lake later this year. ...

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