Spokane Journal of Business

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Massive U District complex to move forward next month

Phoenix-based Sagamore Spokane LLC is moving forward with plans to build a 298-unit apartment complex overlooking the Spokane River in Spokane’s University District, according to a press release from the development company....

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DSP, others revisit idea of stadium near downtown

The Downtown Spokane Partnership and other supporters are revisiting plans for a new sports stadium ...

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$35 million University District project envisioned

A development team is planning a $35 million apartment complex at the former Umpqua Bank branch ...

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Industrial development booms on the West Plains

Plans have been submitted for another large warehouse on the West Plains, adding to the ...

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Mixed-used project near Vinegar Flats moves forward

The third iteration of a lower South Hill mixed-use project geared toward international tenants...

Permits sought for Radio Park complex on South Hill

Developers are moving forward with an apartment complex on a long-planned commercial development site on Spokane’s South Hill, where a KXLY-TV transmitter tower previously stood for decades. Located at 5222 S. Regal, the new $60 million-plus ...

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Silver Lake Mall changes hands

The owner of a Coeur d’Alene-based sporting goods retail store has acquired Silver Lake Mall through an affiliated company, according to documents on file with the Kootenai County Assessor’s office....

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Amazon opens Hub Locker+ location at Playfair Commerce Park

Amazon.com Inc. has taken space within the Playfair Commerce Park for a new Amazon Hub Locker+ center. Amazon Hub is the company’s umbrella brand for its Lockers and Counters, the company’s local pickup locations....

Liberty Lake Children’s Academy plans to expand

Plans are underway to construct a building that will be the second location for a Liberty Lake-based preschool in the River District development. Teri Finch, owner of Liberty Lake Children’s Academy LLC, says the expansion is necessary because the flag...

Verdis construction company moves to larger quarters

Coeur d’Alene-based Verdis, a woman-owned engineering, planning, landscape design and construction company, has moved to a new location following a record-setting sales year....

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