Spokane Journal of Business

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Bear market might not be finished with its hibernation

We’re dealing with a number of issues, including computer generated algorithms, bearish rhetoric, political discourse, and of course trade issues—primarily with China....

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Washington’s condominium conundrum

The Washington state Condominium Act adds to development costs and liabilities making condo construction an unattractive option for builders seeking to meet the demand for affordable housing, some construction industry professionals here say....

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Off site, on point

With rising labor costs and a shortage of construction workers, off-site construction is becoming more widely used as a method for Spokane-area contractors and subcontractors to save money and boost project efficiency...

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Public projects to carry Spokane building sector

More than $412 million in new public construction projects are slated across Spokane County this year, including work on the next phase of the North Spokane Corridor, the start of the Hamilton Street Corridor Enhancement Project, bridge improvements...

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Housing organization to move Rose Apartments

East Central Community Organization, a Spokane-based nonprofit housing organization, plans to move an estimated 360,000-pound brick apartment building it owns this year....

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New industrial park planned in Hillyard area

Spokane real estate development company L.B. Stone Properties LLC plans to construct a new industrial park on 22 acres just west of the Esmeralda Golf Course, in the Hillyard neighborhood...

Four Valley apartment complexes change hands

Multifamily housing in Spokane has become a hot commodity for out-of-state investors, contends Hank Seipp, Spokane Valley-based multifamily broker for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices. ...

Spokane-area home sales in 2018 outpace previous year

Spokane-area single-family home purchases in 2018 saw a small increase compared with the previous year, closing out at 8,212 sales, up 1 percent over 2017, a report released last week by the Spokane Association of Realtors shows. ...

Spokane Housing Ventures lands funding for two projects

Spokane Housing Ventures has secured partial funding to develop five duplex structures in northeast Spokane for homeless veterans and to acquire senior housing in Central Washington. Dave Roberts, senior developer at Spokane Housing Ventures, says ...

New phase planned at Blue Heron

Blue Heron, a residential subdivision off Indian Trail Road north of the Spokane city limits, is launching its next phase of development with 18 new lots. The lots range in price from $140,000 to $200,000, and Blue Heron developer Pete Rayner ...

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