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Lorraine Building sells; Plechner sale pending

An investor has bought one of two downtown buildings collectively known as the Spokane Entrepreneurial Center, and a commercial real estate broker involved in the transaction says he expects to close a sale shortly in which another investor plans to buy t...

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Assisted-living project gets go-ahead in Coeur d’Alene

The Coeur d’Alene City Council has approved land-use requests for an envisioned 70-bed assisted-living facility and 20 other residential units on 13 acres of land near the French Gulch area on the east edge of the city, says architect Dick Stauffer, who...

Spokane Eye Clinic plans to move its Spokane Valley office

Spokane Eye Clinic PS and affiliate Spokane Optical Co. plan to move their Valley operations to the River View Corporate Center, says Lisa Werner, a spokeswoman for the clinic. Together, the longtime Spokane-based medical practice and the optical shop wi...

City mulls incentives for infill-development projects

The Spokane City Council will consider two incentive programs proposed by Councilwoman Amber Waldref that would assist in redevelopment of vacant and historic commercial properties. In one incentive, the city would provide up to $40,000 to improve water ...

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Legacy Ridge addition planned in Liberty Lake

A Vancouver, Wash.-based real estate investment group says it plans to develop up to 281 residential lots in a subdivision in the western part of the Legacy Ridge development. The proposed Legacy Ridge West subdivision would be the largest single subdivi...

NAC|Architecture merges with LA-area firm

Spokane-based NAC|Architecture says it has merged with Osborn Architects, a smaller Southern California design firm. The combined firm currently is operating under the NAC name, but is investigating whether to rebrand the firm with a new name and logo, s...

Central Valley School District buys former Yoke’s building

The Central Valley School District has bought the former Yoke’s supermarket site at 16 N. Progress Road for $2.4 million and plans to use the building as the cornerstone for a major capital facilities bond measure likely to go before voters in February,...

Work beings on second phase of Appleway Trail in Spokane Valley

The city of Spokane Valley has begun work on the $1.4 million second phase of the long-awaited Appleway Trail, says city spokeswoman Carolbelle Branch. The section of trail for the second phase will run from University Road to Pines Road in Spokane Vall...

Charity restaurant buys building to grow services

Spokane nonprofit Women & Children’s Free Restaurant & Community Kitchen has bought a new home, where it will expand its facility and serve more people, says Sherry Harbaugh, president of the organization. WCFR recently acquired the two-story, 20,100-s...

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