Spokane Journal of Business

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Long-planned Millwood church project takes shape

Spokane architectural firm Blue Room Architecture & Design PS has teamed up with Rockin’ DW Construction Inc., of Spokane, and Kennewick-based R.E.A. Commercial LLC to design and build a $1.2 million multipurpose building that will attach to a church in...


Coeur d’Alene wealth management company is in growth mode

Pinkerton Retirement Specialists LLC, a growing Coeur d’Alene-based wealth-management company, has acquired two other financial adviser offices and plans to construct a new building in the Riverstone development that will have three times the office spa...


Wolff Co. sells Big Trout Lodge complex in Liberty Lake

The Wolff Co. has sold two of its big multifamily properties, including the Big Trout Lodge apartment complex in Liberty Lake, and a third sale is pending, says Kennedy Wilson, a Beverly Hills, Calif., real estate investment firm involved in the transacti...

Spokane Public Schools eyes shuffling facility uses

Spokane Public Schools plans to shuffle facility uses by next fall to expand some programs and address a state-required reduction of class sizes for certain elementary grades. Assistant Superintendent Mark Anderson says the district also has started a s...


Graham Construction awarded job to add Hillyard skills center space

Spokane Public Schools has selected Graham Construction & Management Inc., of Spokane, as the general contractor and construction manager for a planned $13.7 million addition to the NewTech Skills Center in Hillyard, where work is scheduled to start next ...

Choice Realty office moves to North Side

Choice Plus Realty LLC has moved to Spokane’s North Side from a smaller location downtown, says Ron McIntire, the agency’s designated broker and co-owner. Choice Realty now occupies 1,200 square feet of leased space in a one-story office development ...


Inland Northwest economy continues to make positive strides

In some sectors of the Inland Northwest economy, activity levels are returning to prerecession levels, welcome news that comes none too soon for economic observers. In overall employment, Spokane-area economists are expecting job growth next year, though...


Spokane-area real estate comeback is expected to stay on track for third year

In one of the brighter real estate sectors, Spokane-area residential sales improved for the second consecutive year in 2013, and Ken Lewis, owner of Spokane Valley-based Prudential Spokane Real Estate, says he expects the spring of 2014 to be the best spr...


Spokane-area builders optimistic about sustained growth

Following an upswing in building activity here in 2013, some construction industry observers are optimistic that forward momentum will carry through the coming year. Jan Quintrall, director of business and development services for the city of Spokane, sa...

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