Spokane Journal of Business

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The core of downtown Spokane’s parking woes

A recent downtown parking study doesn’t acknowledge the need for a greater concentration of parking in the city’s core, observers say. ...

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Spokane housing markets begins counterintuitive trend

Despite being a strong sellers’ market, Spokane-area sales of single-family homes experienced...

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Groups band together to revamp Access2Experience

Access2Experience LLC, a platform for connecting business professionals with students and teachers...

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Whitworth begins construction of new athletic facility

Whitworth University has started construction on a new three-story, 27,520-square-foot, $13 million ...

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New Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center raises curtain

Gonzaga University will introduce The Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center to Spokane tonight...

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Ginno Construction sees continued growth

Executives with Ginno Construction Co. say their company has seen enough growth in recent years that it’s now considered to be the largest building contractor in Coeur d’Alene. ...

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Old Gerardo’s building to be demolished in downtown Spokane

A downtown building formerly occupied by a Gerardo’s Authentic Mexican Food restaurant soon will be demolished to make way for a new building, according to project architect Shane Mercier, of Spokane Valley-based Mercier Architecture & Planning. ...

$8 million-plus warehouse complex is underway in Spokane Valley

Seattle-based Leavitt Capital Cos., in partnership with Scottsdale, Arizona-based The Wolff Co. LLC, is constructing three warehouses totaling 139,600 square feet of space at 11002 E. Montgomery Drive, near the Central Business Park, in Spokane Valley. ...

O’Malley Apartments remodel project ramps up

The O’Malley Apartments, a senior low-income apartment complex at 707 E. Mission, is in the midst of a $3.9 million renovation, which is expected to be completed in the fall. , ...

Pacific Northwest Tattoo starts in Garland District

Pacific Northwest Tattoo Co., a new tattoo parlor, has opened shop at 1002 W. Garland, in Spokane’s Garland District. Owner Joe Ryd, 43, says he’s lived in Spokane for most of his life, but he’s relatively new to the art of tattooing. ...

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