Spokane Journal of Business

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Public radio station to start $5 million renovation

Spokane Public Radio, the nonprofit station that operates as KPBX-FM, plans in early May to start a $5 million renovation at the historic Spokane Fire Department Station No. 3, at 1229 N. Monroe, on Spokane’s North Side. Walker Construction Inc., of ...

McKinzie Business Park lands its first structure

Meridian Construction Inc., of Spokane Valley, has begun construction of a $1.1 million, 15,000-square-foot commercial building in Liberty Lake that’s slated to be the first structure in the planned McKinzie Business Park. Located at 2208 N. McKinzie...

Jack in the Box planned at CrossRoads in Coeur d’Alene

The City of Coeur d’Alene has issued a building permit for a Jack in the Box restaurant to be built in the CrossRoads Coeur d’Alene retail center, which is anchored by a WinCo Foods grocery store, in northwest Coeur d’Alene. Feast Foods LLC, of M...

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Cip Paulsen plans marijuana production operation in former Costco building

Clarence “Cip” Paulsen III, of Spokane, says he plans to convert the former Costco building at 800 E. Third, east of downtown Spokane, into a 131,500-square-foot marijuana growing and processing facility. Paulsen says he and business partner Brian Mu...

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Sandpoint home-and-airplane-hangar development is in holding pattern

A $26 million fly-in community at Sandpoint that the developer, SilverWing at Sandpoint LLC, characterized two years ago as ready for takeoff, hasn’t lifted off the ground since then—and currently is sputtering in litigation. A lawsuit filed by Silv...

Max J. Kuney Co. wins $13.5 million Post Falls dam rehab project

Avista Corp., of Spokane, has selected Spokane-based Max J. Kuney Co. as the contractor for a planned $13.5 million upgrade and restoration of the south channel dam on the Post Falls Dam complex. The work will include removing the original concrete facin...

Cameron-Reilly acquires fellow Meidling Concrete

Spokane Valley-based commercial and residential concrete contractor Cameron-Reilly LLC has agreed to acquire the assets of Meidling Concrete Inc., also of Spokane Valley, says Jim Cameron, Cameron-Reilly’s co-owner. The acquisition is expected to be co...

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Hotel promoters here predict some pain before gain

The Spokane-area hospitality market could take up to five years to absorb all of the new rooms that the new convention center hotel will add to it when the 715-room establishment opens downtown in the summer of 2015, lodging and tourism promoters says. I...

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Aerospace company plans West Plains facility

Exotic Metals Forming Company LLC, a Kent, Wash.-based aerospace supplier, announced this morning at a press conference plans to build a 150,000-square-foot aerospace manufacturing facility on the West Plains. The facility could create as many as 150 j...

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