Spokane Journal of Business

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Psychology practice buys building to handle growth

Northwest Neurobehavioral Institute PS, a Spokane counseling and therapy practice that specializes in assessing and treating cognitive functions, has bought a 9,300-square-foot building at 1303 N. Division, north of downtown, where it plans to move next m...

Another mixed-use building planned at Kendall Yards

North Gorge Commercial Partners LLC, an affiliate of Liberty Lake-based Greenstone Corp., plans to construct a three-story mixed-use building just east of the similarly sized Highline Lofts building in Kendall Yards. ...

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Valley Fire Department updates two of its stations

The Spokane Valley Fire Department is wrapping up $1.4 million worth of renovations to its University and Otis Orchards stations, says Larry Rider, deputy chief of support systems for the fire department. ...

Norm Morse, founder of Continental Door Co., of Spokane Valley, says that residences are the fastest-growing market segment for the 10-year-old company this year.

Continental Door Co. looks to expand regionally

Spokane Valley overhead door dealer and installer Continental Door Co. is anticipating another strong year of sales, with revenues projected to be up 20 percent compared with 2013, says founder, co-owner, and President Norm Morse. ...

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Cd’A orthopedic practice to open second clinic here

Meridian Construction Inc., of Spokane Valley, is working on a nearly $500,000 tenant improvement project in the medical district on the lower South Hill, where a growing orthopedic practice currently based in Coeur d’Alene plans to open a second clinic...

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Walker Construction starts $12.3 million Pasco job

Walker Construction Inc., of Spokane, says it has started construction of the 45,000-square-foot, $12.3 million Delta High School, a four-year-old STEM-focused high school in northwest Pasco, Wash. STEM refers to the academic areas of science, technology...

The long road to Appleway Trail

An old railroad right-of-way is being converted into a bicycle-and-pedestrian path in Spokane Valley, to be called Appleway Trail. Construction started late this summer, and by the end of the year—weather permitting—bicyclists, rollerbladers, dog walk...

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...

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