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Infusion of infrastructure funds anticipated

As President Joe Biden continues to lobby the public and pursue bipartisan support for his $2.3-trillion plan to upgrade infrastructure nationwide, Spokane-area transportation and engineering officials say they’re waiting eagerly to see what the final...

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Cornerstone Pentecostal buys former Ice World site, starts remodel

The Cornerstone Pentecostal Church has purchased the former Ice World facility in Liberty Lake,...

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California investment group acquires North Side complex for $34.4M

San Clemente, California-based Next Wave Investors LLC has purchased the 300-unit Serrano North...

Manito Country Club plans new clubhouse

Manito Golf & Country Club plans to construct a new pro shop and simulator building, permit...

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Landscape architects strive to meet high demand in Spokane

Landscape architects here say their work has shifted toward residential projects...

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Home renovation design is in demand during pandemic

Renovations in the Spokane area are in high demand as homeowners look to improve their living spaces during the pandemic, say area architects. Rex Anderson, principal of Spokane-based Fusion Architecture,...

Kalispel Tribe offers to buy Spokane County Raceway

The Kalispel Tribe of Indians is offering to buy the 243-acre Spokane County Raceway park from Spokane County for $4.75 million, according to a press release issued today by Spokane County....

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Report: Spokane County underbuilt by 32,000 housing units

The housing market in Spokane County was underbuilt by nearly 32,000 living units during the 2010s, a market needs assessment report concludes. That lack of supply helped drive median home selling price in the county above $300,000 in 2020—and ...

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Office-to-apartment trend gains traction in Spokane market

More frequently, the spaces where professionals used to make a living are becoming the places where people are, simply, living. The downtown Spokane real estate market is experiencing an emerging trend of office buildings being converted to apartments...

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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 ...

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