Spokane Journal of Business

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Avista remodels headquarters lobby; addition is next

Avista Corp., of Spokane, is remodeling the lobby and basement of its headquarters building, at 1411 E. Mission, and says it plans to start work in March on a 42,000-square-foot addition. The projects are part of a multiyear, $28 million with a...

Builder here lands two big school projects

Spokane general contractor Leone & Keeble Inc. has begun construction of two schools in College Place, Wash., including the southeastern Washington town's first high school, says project manager Scott Jutte. "We're constructing a high school in...

Re/Max franchise sets up agency office in Riverstone

Re/Max Infinity Group, the Coeur d'Alene franchise of Denver-based Re/Max International Inc., has opened a real estate office in the Riverstone mixed-use development.The agency occupies 3,500 square feet of floor space at 2086 N. Main St., from...

Wandermere Glen apartment complex goes up north of Spokane

Wandermere Glen Investors LLC, of Spokane, has started development of a $4.5 million apartment complex in the Wandermere area north of Spokane. The planned 48-unit apartment project, named Wandermere Glen, is going up on a nearly 2-acre site at...

Blue Room adds to rural hospital work

Spokane-based Blue Room Architecture & Design PS says it and its team of local consulting engineers is beginning work on the design of a $25 million replacement hospital in Bowman, N.D., a small town in the southwest corner of that state.John is...

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ZBA transitions to new owners

Randy Vanhoff and Mark King, the newest partners at ZBA Architecture PS, of Spokane, say they don't plan to stray from the firm's core business as they lead the firm through a rebranding effort.ZBA, which was founded 29 years ago as Zeck Butler...

Vandermeer to expand, move in Valley

Vandermeer Forest Products Inc., a Lynnwood, Wash.-based wholesale lumber supplier, is preparing to move its Spokane Valley operations onto its own property in the Valley from leased office space and a third-party distribution facility, says Gary a...

Siding replacement work uncovers structure's history

What started as a simple re-siding job at 510 E. Third has got Jerry Storhaug considering whether he should be doing some historic preservation.As workers tore down the weathered siding on the west side of the building, they discovered a blue, a...

Land use idea shapes up for property north of Riverfront Park

Potential recreational and athletic projects dominate top recommendations of a Riverfront Park master plan committee for uses of nearly 10 acres of city-owned property north of the Spokane River, referred to as the north bank. The 20-member Park...

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Airport board agrees to buy large acreage

The Spokane Airport Board has agreed to acquire 844 acres of bare land west of Spokane International Airport for a possible expansion of an envisioned third runway, says airport spokesman Todd Woodard. The cost for the land, located south of and...

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