Spokane Journal of Business

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Next phase of expansion starts at Bella Tess apartment complex

The city of Spokane Valley has issued permits for the $18.7 million third phase of the Bella Tess apartments. When complete, the project will add 156 living units in five, three-story buildings to the multifamily complex, building permit application ...

McKinstry launches building optimization service

Construction and energy-efficiency contractor McKinstry Co., which is based in Seattle and has a big...

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Stay Alfred closes its doors permanently

Stay Alfred Inc., a one-time darling of Spokane’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, is closing its doors ...

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Design for designers: Architecture firms redesign their own spaces

Two Spokane-area architecture practices—small design firm Fusion Architecture PLLC...

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SPVV strives to enhance environments

As one of the founding partners of SPVV Landscape Architects, Tom Sherry says in some regards...

Spokane nonprofits considered for $20M in funds

Two Spokane nonprofits—Catholic Charities of Eastern Washington and YMCA of the Inland Northwest—are being considered for over $20 million in bonds and low-income housing tax credits from the Washington state Housing Finance Commission. ...

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$85 million in new development envisioned at Schweitzer

The owner of Schweitzer Mountain Resort envisions about $85 million worth of enhancements at the North Idaho ski resort over the next decade, executives there say. ...

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Many national tenants opt not to pay April rents

The commercial real estate sector is taking a hit as business shutdowns and significant cash flow declines force some companies to miss their rent payments, while some in the industry contend that businesses are choosing not to pay. ...

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Women largely absent from construction fields

A lack of promotion of the construction industry in schools has led not only to a shortage of workers, but a dearth of women in the industry, some women in construction and trades here claim. ...

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Two medical office buildings planned in Spokane

Plans for two medical office buildings—one on Spokane’s lower South Hill and the other in the northwest part of the city—have a combined project valuation of at least $6.5 million, according to city permit applications. ...

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