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Point Breakthrough: Nearly $100M in projects planned at Mirabeau Point

Years into its development, the Mirabeau Point area of Spokane Valley is now home to nearly $100 million in projects that are planned or underway. Development activity includes the addition of a lodging facility, an entertainment center, retailers...


What’s happening with the old McKinley School project

Spokane-based InterUrban Development LLC recently has submitted updated building permit applications...


Tampien-led group buys Peyton Building downtown

The historic Peyton Building, located at 10 N. Post in downtown Spokane, has been purchased by a...


Journal selects its 2023 Icons winners

Seven professionals from the real estate, education, and professional fields will be honored in the ...


Parting Thoughts with Lydig Construction’s Mark Bray

Mark Bray, 61, retired from his chief financial officer role from Spokane Valley-based Lydig ...


Impacted: Council mulls impact fees with construction moratorium along U.S. 195 corridor set to end

The Spokane City Council has a matter of days to decide whether to adjust transportation impact fees before a moratorium on new construction in the Latah Valley area expires. The Council could raise the fee to 600% or more of the current level. It also...


Old funeral home to get new life as apartments

A former funeral home building on North Monroe Street could be remodeled into apartment units, according to plans filed with the city of Spokane. A change-of-use application calls for renovating the former Hazen & Jaeger Funeral home, at 1306 N. Monroe...


Lakeside sheds coworking plans at Triumph facility

Lakeside Companies, a Spokane-based real estate investment company, has scuttled plans to develop a coworking complex at the former Triumph Composite Systems Inc. property, at 1514 S. Flint, in west Spokane, says Lakeside marketing director Maria Lusardi....


The Native Project plans new $8M center

The Native Project, a Spokane-based social-service nonprofit, is proposing a new $8 million project for children and youth services at 1907 W. Maxwell, in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood, according to preliminary planning documents on file with the ...


Fighting for downtown Spokane

A proposal to relocate Spokane’s City Hall outside of the city’s downtown core to East Central Spokane has some business professionals and stakeholders dismayed at the lack of public involvement up to this point and worried about the consequences...

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