Spokane Journal of Business

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South Hill retail center aims for up to six tenants

Construction is complete at a new multitenant commercial building named Regal Square, on Spokane’s South Hill. The 7,300-square-foot retail building is located at 5608. S. Regal, about a block beyond the south city limits of Spokane. ...

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Kaiser plant owner eyes second phase of demolition

New Mill Capital LLC, the owner of the large former Kaiser Aluminum Corp. Mead Works smelting plant property north of Spokane, is readying for the second phase of demolition at the long-shuttered plant, says Ken Hoff, site manager. Hoff says he hopes bi...

Staples store moves are central to three projects

Staples Inc., the Framingham, Mass.-based office supply retail chain, is making two of its Spokane-area outlets smaller, says a commercial real estate agent with some knowledge of the projects. Meantime, Party City Corp., a Rockaway N.J.-based party supp...

Gymnastics studio plans new $1.8 million facility in Hillyard area

Harris Athletics Corp., which operates Spokane gymnastics and cheer academy Dynamic Gymnastics & Cheer, is developing a new $1.8 million facility in the Hillyard area, and plans to relocate there from a smaller space on north Division Street, says owner A...

Silvey Construction to construct office building along Nevada Street on North Side

Spokane Valley contractor Silvey Construction Inc. has obtained a building permit to construct a $3 million office building on Spokane’s North Side. The proposed project site is a vacant parcel of land at 9911 N. Nevada, just north of a Horizon Credit ...

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Increasingly independent real estate agencies

Some independent real estate brokers here say their agencies are growing rapidly despite not having the brand recognition of regional and national franchise operations. Dan Lysek, co-owner and designated broker at Spokane Valley-based Live Real Estate LL...

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Divcon expects biggest year to date

Spokane general contractor Divcon Inc. is expecting a work volume of about $20 million for 2014, its best year ever, says President Shane Miller. John Miller, Divcon chairman and Shane’s father, says the work increase is due partly to the company’s ...

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Scaled-back project returns to Cd’A’s Midtown area

A long-envisioned retail and residential project proposed north of downtown Coeur d’Alene is back in the forefront after a few years of delays, though at a smaller scale than originally proposed, the Lake City Development Corp. says. The three-story pr...

Housing program issues funding recommendations

Spokane County’s affordable-housing program has recommended allocating $3.3 million to be divided among four low-income housing projects using funds available through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. All of the projects named in th...

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Another project emerges in downtown’s creative alley

Cold Storage Spokane LLC, of Anchorage, Alaska, is renovating a former warehouse at 116 W. Pacific downtown into retail, office, and possibly residential space in a phase of work valued at $1.7 million, says owner Jerry Neeser. Another of Neeser’s com...

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