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110-acre Abbott Grove Commerce Park eyed on West Plains

Cheyenne, Wyoming-based Mons Terram LLC is eying a new 110-acre light industrial park, tentatively named the Abbott Grove Commerce Park, on the West Plains. The complex is to be located to the south of Interstate 90, on vacant land just north...

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Establishing a health care corridor in Coeur d’Alene

The city of Coeur d’Alene is considering forming an urban renewal district to help create a health...

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2019 Rising Stars: Lacy Crowder

“A shooting star,” says Tom Simpson. “She travels fast, she’s bold, leaves a trail, and she ...

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2019 Rising Stars: Rosemary Warnick

Rosemary Warnick, owner and president of Premier 1031 Inc., says she became a business owner almost ...

Spokane Business & Industrial Park plans first big expansion since 2012

The Spokane Business & Industrial Park is eying its next big expansion, says Dean Stuart, executive ...

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Seattle architecture firm opens office in Spokane

Fresh off being selected as one of the project architects for the new $60 million University of Washington School of Medicine-Gonzaga University Regional Health Partnership health sciences building, Seattle-based CollinsWoerman architecture firm has ...

Number of homes sold in Spokane area falls, prices climb

The Spokane Association of Realtors monthly home sales report for August shows that the number of units sold is down, while sale prices are up, consistent with the trend tracked throughout the year. August sales of single-family homes on less than ...

Gonzaga, UW plan new $80 million health education building

Gonzaga, UW plan new $60 million health education building

Officials from Gonzaga University and the University of Washington announced today construction plans on a $60 million facility that will house their joint Spokane medical school. The proposed 80,000-square-foot building is to be constructed at 840 E. ...

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Quietly booming in the Inland Northwest

Weekly business magazine Inc. has named 11 companies headquartered in the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area to its list of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S.—including some that are relatively unknown. ...

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Group led by Bobby Brett, Chris Batten buys Normandie Complex

Seeing an “opportunity to do something special,” Spokane developer Chris Batten says he, Bobby Brett, and a few others have purchased the 5½-acre Normandie Complex from the city of Spokane. ...

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