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Outside the line: Development potential along the planned City Line route

Public investment often attracts private development, and real estate professionals here hope the planned $92.2 million City Line bus route is no exception. ...

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Around Town

Spokane Valley real estate company M3K LLC has purchased the two-building, 18,000-square-foot ...

STARS shows integrated behavioral health facility

Spokane Treatment & Recovery Services plans to build a 64-bed, 42,000-square-foot integrated...

California group buys former Costco building on North Side

The recently redeveloped, former Costco Wholesale Corp. building on north Division Street has sold ...

Two Greenstone properties sold on North Side

Liberty Lake-based Greenstone Corp. has sold two of its North Side apartment developments for about ...

Spokane Tribe prepares for hotel in Chewelah

As published earlier this month by the Cheney Free Press, the Spokane Tribe of Indians plans to break ground on a new hotel in Chewelah this summer. That publication also reported the tribe has announced plans to begin construction soon on the second...

Spokane Gun Club lawsuit dismissed

The Spokane Gun Club is moving forward with plans for a new clubhouse and shooting range on the West Plains after a lawsuit that threatened the organization’s plans was dismissed in Spokane Superior Court. As previously reported by the Journal...

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Stockton family plans next U District development

Spokane-based development company Philomena LLC, which is led by Spokane native and basketball legend John Stockton, is planning a mixed-use facility at the site of the former state emissions testing facility at 920 N. Hamilton...

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$290 million-plus in public projects to start this year

Even though the passage of Initiative 976 and its subsequent court challenge have left some public projects up in the air, 2020 is expected to be another strong year of public work, with more than $290 million in activity expected to begin this year...

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Safe at home: Realtors must consider personal safety when showing houses

In 2013, the Yakima Herald reported the brutal assault of Yakima real estate broker Vern Holbrook at a rural home he was showing to a couple who posed as potential buyers. ...

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