Spokane Journal of Business

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$60 million high-rise project eyed by Spokane River

Spokane developer Lawrence Stone is proposing construction of a $60 million mixed-use development at the former downtown YWCA building. Stone, who also is president and CEO of Scafco Corp., heads up The Falls LLC, which bought the property at 829 W. Broa...

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SCC plans $20 million in upgrades at Old Main Building

Spokane Community College is planning a $20 million expansion and remodeling project that will enlar...

Spokane County is reviewing permits for new Costco north of Spokane

Costco Wholesale Corp. is nearly ready to break ground on a project outside of the city of Spokane w...

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City, Brown Building Materials prepare to meet in court

An eminent domain case involving the city of Spokane and B-ONE LLC, which operates Brown Building Ma...

Rental property manager acquires Quad Park land

Kevin McCathren, president of Spokane-based McCathren Management & Real Estate Services Inc., has ac...

Sandpoint fly-in community might reboot this summer

A principal of the stalled SilverWing fly-in residential development in Sandpoint says he’ll likely start marketing the $28 million development again this summer, 10 years after breaking ground there. While two court cases in which Silver Wing and Bonn...

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T-O Engineers aims for strategic growth, balance

Meridian, Idaho-based T-O Engineers Inc. is planning for growth this year, having recently remodeled several office locations, as well as acquiring Boise-based water and wastewater consulting firm Pharmer Engineering. J.R. Norvell is the company’s reg...

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Virtual reality in building design

Wearing virtual reality goggles, someone using 3-D technology can step into the middle of a North Pines Middle School common space that doesn’t exist yet. With the same goggle headset, the person with a head tilt or circular movement can get a panorama...

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Womer looks to broaden local, nontribal portfolio

Womer & Associates, the Spokane-based, Native American-owned architectural and engineering firm, says it’s on the verge of expanding and expects to soon be adding staff, but still is struggling to restore the balance of tribal and nontribal work it enjo...

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Innovation Collective brings Coeur d’Alene edifice to life

After a few years convincing business, entrepreneurial, and community leaders of the importance of working collaboratively to shape the future of work in Coeur d’Alene and surrounding communities, the Innovation Collective is preparing to settle into it...

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