Spokane Journal of Business

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Empire Eye breaks ground on $3.9 million project in Spokane Valley

Empire Eye Physicians PS, of Spokane Valley, has broken ground on a new facility and expects to move into its new space in mid-2021. The facility, to be called Empire Eye Physicians & Empire Eye Surgery Center, will be located at 16010 E. Indiana, in ...

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Spokane-based Turner Family Enterprises LLC has purchased as an investment nearly 7 acres of vacant ...

Colorado group acquires two Rathdrum companies

Denver, Colorado-based Kodiak Building Partners has added two Rathdrum-based construction companies ...

Ecology awards $23 million in grants

The Washington state Department of Ecology has awarded nearly $1.8 million in grants and loans to ...

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Spokane bankers frustrated by sluggish guidance on PPP

Inland Northwest bankers say they’re frustrated by a lack of federal guidance regarding ...

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Building code updates to encourage solar power

Washington state is now encouraging higher adoptions of solar energy systems in homebuilding as part of its drive to eliminate fossil fuel-generated electricity from the grid. ...

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Liberty Lake-based BSBS LLC has purchased as investments the 64-unit Brookstone apartment complex, at 2405 E. Upriver Drive, in East Spokane, and the 18-unit Brookside apartment complex, at 13129 E. Valleyway, in Spokane Valley. ...

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McFarlane Industrial Park envisioned on the West Plains

Spokane Valley-based AT Acquisitions LLC is planning a 187,000-square-foot industrial building on the West Plains, says Aaron Lake, co-founder of the company, which does business as AT Industrial. ...

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Office building, garage planned on county campus

A $10 million office building is envisioned along the 900 block of north Monroe Street, north of downtown Spokane. Spokane-based architectural design firm Uptic Studios Inc. is the project architect....

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Realtors pivot to digital transactions

Representatives of Spokane real estate companies say the move to digital operations during Gov. Jay Inslee’s Stay Home, Stay Safe mandate was a simple shift that required better use of existing technology. ...

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