Spokane Journal of Business

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Childcare help is coming, but will it be enough?

A scarcity of child care options that worsened in 2020 has led to legislation that ultimately could increase the number of working women, child care providers here and industry organizations say....

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Low vacancy rates drive up rents costs in Spokane area

A prolonged lockdown in 2020 due to COVID-19 combined with moratoriums on evictions have helped pushed apartment vacancy rates to all-time lows, prompting a rise in rental rates due to higher demand, say a pair of experts who study local...

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Truck stop, retail center planned near North Spokane Corridor

A new truck stop and retail center—and hotel, eventually—are planned on the northwest corner of Francis Street and Freya Avenue, in northeast Spokane....

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Constructing an education pipeline to homebuilding

A collaborative effort between Mead School District and the Spokane Home Builders Association is working to spark interest in the trades—particularly residential home construction—among middle-school and high-school students....

Davenport Airport to renovate runway

The Davenport Municipal Airport is planning a $4.5 million runway reconstruction and lighting-system upgrade, says Steve Goemmel, city of Davenport administrator....

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Two warehouses slated at Airway Heights complex

AT Acquisitions LLC, which does business as AT Industrial, is planning a two-phase, two-building warehouse project on McFarlane Road on the West Plains, planning documents submitted to the city of Spokane show....

Unleashed Academy plans new facility in Spokane Valley

A dog training and boarding business plans to construct and move into two new buildings worth a combined $5 million along East Sprague, in the Veradale area of Spokane Valley....

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Mt. Spokane Pediatrics to build new structure

After growing to nearly four dozen employees since debuting Mt. Spokane Pediatrics in 2015, Dr. Jeffrey Schilt and his wife, Danae, say it’s time for larger digs....

Boat, RV storage complex proposed on West Plains

A Spokane man has filed a State Environmental Policy Act application with the city of Airway Heights to develop a 4.5-acre parcel for what he hopes eventually will accommodate 115 enclosed storage units for boats and recreational vehicles....

Mountain View Gymnastics plans renovations, move

Sheri House, owner of Mountain View Gymnastics Inc., of Airway Heights, says she hopes to consolidate the business into a renovated building this summer....

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