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Supercuts to be razed, replaced by auto lube shop

The former Supercuts building in the Heritage Village Shopping Center, at 9205 N. Newport Highway, will be demolished this month to make way for an automotive oil change franchise shop expanding into the Spokane area, says Dave Black, co-owner of...

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Numerica Credit Union branch to be built at Five Mile

Spokane-Valley based Numerica Credit Union plans to build a new branch at 6281 N. Maple Street, south of W. Francis, near the Five Mile Shopping Center, says, Licia LeGrant, an architect with Bernardo|Wills Architects PC, of Spokane, which is designing...

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New Joya facility custom designed to fit mission

For more than 60 years, Joya Child & Family Development adapted to its spaces, including a church basement and an old, surplus school building. But Joya now has a custom-designed facility that accommodates specific needs of children and families it ...

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Infill on the outskirts: More homebuilders look to small towns for available land

Small towns that are within an hour’s drive of Spokane are seeing an increase in new home starts as developers turn to them for buildable land as infill opportunities in the urban area become harder to find, industry and planning officials say. ...

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121 home lots proposed on prime Moran Prairie plot

A residential development is proposed just south of the envisioned YMCA of the Inland Northwest fitness center site in the Moran Prairie area south of Spokane. The proposal calls for 30 acres of land to be divided into 121 lots in the low-density ...

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Liberty Ciderworks, Copeland Architecture go in on new location

Liberty Ciderworks plans to move its tasting room and facility to a 7,000-square-foot building near downtown that it will share with a design-build architecture and construction company. ...

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Six restaurant projects planned, underway in Spokane

Construction is planned or underway for six new restaurants in Spokane with expected openings starting this summer and continuing through mid-2023....

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$3 million residential care facility approved in Spokane Valley

The city of Spokane Valley has issued a commercial building permit for construction of a $3 million, 16-bed residential care facility. The project site is on an acre of land surrounded by commercial and residential uses at 17927 E. Appleway,...

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Whatever Happened To: Browne Street Market and Francis Travel Center

Two commercial developments proposed by Spokane businessperson Sam Sidhu and first reported by the Journal in spring 2021 are on track to begin this building season, according to people familiar with each project. ...

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Building blocked: Construction costs hinder financing

Some lenders here say they’re working around challenges to finance commercial construction developments and keep projects moving forward despite soaring prices of construction materials and rising labor costs, which have resulted in some project ...

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