Spokane Journal of Business

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Sports field house backers seek design funds

The Spokane Sports Commission is seeking a $250,000 legislative appropriation to begin the preliminary design phase of an envisioned $20 million-plus field house and event center that would be developed on mostly city-owned property north of the Spokane R...

Property valuations tick higher for county

The total property value in Spokane County took an upward turn in 2013 for the first time since 2009, and levy rates leveled off after edging higher every year since 2008, says Spokane County Assessor Vicki Horton. Spokane County’s total assessed value...

Major update is under way at 173-room hotel near UI in Moscow

A Spokane construction company and two Coeur d’Alene design concerns are teaming up on a major renovation project at the Best Western University Inn, in Moscow, Idaho. The project will include renovating all 173 guest rooms, reconfiguring restaurant an...

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Downtown Spokane's Bennett Block is up for makeover

Dru Hieber, who represents the third generation of her family to own the Bennett Block downtown, says Hieber Properties Inc., is renovating the historic property at the northeast corner Main Avenue and Howard Street with the goal of restoring its vitality...

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Sportsman’s Warehouse set to return to Spokane

Sportsman’s Warehouse, the Utah-based national outdoor recreation and sporting goods chain, plans to re-enter the Spokane market with a new store to be located at a long-dormant construction site on the North Side. The company has filed a predevelopmen...

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Up to $100 million sewer project takes step forward

The city of Spokane is seeking proposals from engineering firms for design and construction management of an estimated $80 million to $100 million upgrade at the city’s Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility sewage-treatment plant. Marlene Feist, th...

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Catholic Charities opens retail furnishings store

Catholic Charities of Spokane, a 100-year-old nonprofit that offers social services through Eastern Washington, has opened a retail store called Furnishings for Hope in the historic Stewart’s True Value Hardware building, located at 1905 N. Monroe. Th...

Therapy clinic moves to Schade Towers

The Achieve Center, a speech, physical, and occupational therapy practice that serves children with developmental disabilities in Eastern and Central Washington, has moved its Spokane clinic to the University District, east of downtown. The relocated cli...

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WSU Spokane starts work on master-plan update

Following the opening of its $79 million Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building on the Riverpoint Campus east of downtown late last year, Washington State University Spokane has started its next master-plan update. The focus of the master plan...

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Kiemle & Hagood, NAI Black tally record years

Two of Spokane’s largest commercial real estate brokerages say 2013 was a landmark year. Kiemle & Hagood Co. had its most profitable year in 2013, says Larry Soehren, company president....

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