Spokane Journal of Business

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Avista plans $15 million new substation

Spokane-based utility provider Avista Corp. is planning a nearly $15 million substation relocation and upgrade at its Sunset site as part of its ongoing investment in infrastructure, says Josh DeLuciano, director of engineering. ...

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Spokane weighs impact fee adjustments by district

The city of Spokane is exploring a change to its impact fees code that has the potential ...

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Developer envisions riverfront housing project

Phoenix, Arizona-based Sagamore Capital plans to develop a $45 million...

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Rockwood Retirement Communities’ big plans with Whitworth

Just three years after its $51 million redevelopment on Spokane’s South Hill, Rockwood Retirement ...

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Tampien brothers buy seventh Spokane building

Spokane real estate broker Jordan Tampien says he’s in the process of acquiring his seventh ...

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Cheney Care Community Plans 12 duplex buildings

Cheney’s planning commission has voted unanimously to recommend approval of rezoning of almost 5 acres of land near the southeast corner of Sixth Street and Simpson Parkway that would pave the way for construction of new Cheney Care Community duplexes. ...

Exchange Publishing relocates to larger setting

Exchange Publishing LLC has moved to a two-story, 5,000-square-foot building at 5111 E. Trent from the 3,300-square-foot space it had occupied for two decades at 304 W. Third. ...

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West Plains boasts $500 million in private work

The West Plains has become a hotbed of development, with just under $500 million in new and ongoing construction occurring in the area. ...

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Spokane contractors want to boost job-filling programs

The top executive for national construction trade group Associated General Contractors of America visited Spokane early this month not only to tout the strong construction market here, but to promote AGC’s initiative calling for more training programs ...

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McKinstry to double size of operations in Spokane

Seattle-based McKinstry Co. LLC, a construction and energy-efficiency contractor, is expanding here and expects to double activity at its Spokane-area operations by 2025, says Dale Silha, the Spokane-based regional vice president. ...

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