Spokane Journal of Business

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North Side spa retailer moves to larger space

Apollo Spas, a Spokane-born hot tub and spa equipment manufacturer and retailer, is moving its former North Side operations to larger quarters near Interstate 90 this weekend and also plans to consolidate its longtime Spokane Valley operations there by ea...

New McDonald’s building to be built on North Market Street

A new McDonald’s restaurant will be developed in Hillyard next year to replace one that has been operating along north Market Street since the late 1970s. The Washington state Department of Transportation’s acquisition of property near Market Street ...

New Lost Boys’ Bar & Grill takes over former Stop N Go building on Wall Street

Former high school buddies Kevin Pereira and Jhon Goodwin have opened a restaurant named Lost Boys’ Garage Bar & Grill owners in the former Stop N Go Drive-in building at 6325 N. Wall, about a block north of Francis, on Spokane’s North Side. Noah Lef...

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Senior housing placement needs grow

Tim Swilling sees no shortage in demand for matching seniors with appropriate housing and care services....

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$7 million remodel eyed at old Cooper-George building

Owners of the South Hill Senior Living complex, also known as the Cooper-George Building, at 707 W. Fifth, are contemplating a $7 million makeover of the building, a pre-development application on file with the city of Spokane shows....

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Spokane-area home construction, sales climb

New home construction and existing home sales have continued to climb here for the first half of this year, and existing home sales also have risen at a brisk pace, continuing a multiyear rebound since the deep recession-triggered residential real estate ...

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$13.5 million mixed-used project slated near Gonzaga University

Spokane developer Kent Hull plans to begin construction this summer on a $13.5 million mixed-use project on the Hamilton Street corridor near the Gonzaga University campus. With a tentative address of 1002 N. Hamilton, the 2-acre project site would take ...

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Developer buys building along Riverside in downtown Spokane

Developer Mike Craven says he recently bought the Genesee Block building at 819 W. Riverside in downtown Spokane and plans to rehabilitate the two-story, 8,400-square-foot structure, but hasn’t finalized any details for the renovation. Craven says he f...

Nicks Handmade Boots buys old Display House building

Nicks Handmade Boots has bought the former Display House building in Spokane Valley and plans to move its operations there this fall, says Nicks general manager Frank Petrilli. The 20,000-square-foot space, which is located at 6510 E. Sprague and will h...

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Silvey Construction: Building a healthy niche

Even Mike Silvey has to chuckle somewhat as he ponders the success of the company over which he presides—Spokane Valley-based Silvey Construction Inc....

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