Spokane Journal of Business

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Legislative outlook: Spokane advocates seek $160 million-plus for projects, initiatives

Spokane-area interests are seeking funding for education, transportation, health care, and community projects and initiatives valued at more than $160 million during the upcoming state legislative session. ...

Real estate market optimism persists in Spokane

The commercial real estate sector will see a strong year in 2019 due in part to companies from other areas leasing space in Spokane, some industry professionals here say. Jon Jeffreys, broker at NAI Black, says he saw some office space absorbed this year...

Overall construction sector expects healthy 2019 in Spokane

Despite rising labor and material costs, the Spokane-area construction sector likely will see another healthy year, say industry professionals here....

Old grain elevators going down in East Spokane

CHS Inc. plans to demolish the long-standing grain elevators at 310 N. Madelia, in the East Central neighborhood, says Brad Smith, senior partner with Smith Construction Services, the Kansas-based contractor hired to raze the structures. ...

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Storage facility, retail building in the works at Nine Mile

Spokane-based Storage Solutions Nine Mile LLC has started construction of a 75,000-square-foot self-storage facility at 5920 state Route 291, in the Nine Mile Falls community, says Ryan Layton, the company’s chief operating officer. ...

Around Town

Cor Counseling & Wellness LLC, of Spokane, has leased 1,900 square feet of office space in a multitenant building at 9631 N. Nevada, where it plans to open a second office in January. The mental health care provider has nine full-time therapists and is lo...

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NAI Black’s big move in downtown Spokane

Black Enterprises LP is considering a $5 million project that would convert the six-story James S. Black Building downtown into a mixed-use building with five floors of apartment units, says principal Dave Black....

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Nonprofits, landlords tackle housing affordability

Dozens of landlords and representatives of Spokane County nonprofit agencies that serve low-income and homeless people have partnered to create the Spokane Landlord Liaison Network, which aims to increase affordable housing options ...

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School work: A first look at the Lewis & Clark High School expansion

Spokane Public Schools plans to start work next spring on a $23.4 million addition at Lewis & Clark High School, on the periphery of downtown Spokane. The project will involve adding eight classrooms ...

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