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Three-building complex planned on North Side

Prominent Spokane real estate developer Harlan Douglass plans to develop a $6 million, three-building office-warehouse complex in north Spokane’s Nevada Lidgerwood neighborhood, according to preliminary documents submitted to the city. ...

Work underway on two La Quinta hotel projects

Work started this month on a $5 million project that will expand and rebrand the former Fairbridge Inn Express at 211 S. Division into a new La Quinta hotel franchise. The four-story, 36,000-square-foot hotel is owned by Kennewick...

$9.5 million mixed-use center planned on West Plains

A $9.5 million commercial center to be anchored by a Bush Car Wash is being planned near the Pacific Northwest Technology Park, on the West Plains, according to a predevelopment application submitted to the city of Spokane. ...

Two new ministorage facilities go up in Spokane Valley

Post Falls-based Steel Structures America Inc. has obtained permits to build two separate storage facilities in Spokane Valley with construction values totaling about $3.8 million. The $1.3 million, initial phase of the Railway Storage project...

AROUND TOWN January 17, 2019

Real Estate Transactions and Other Business Moves in the Inland Northwest...

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Legislative outlook: Spokane advocates seek $160 million-plus for projects, initiatives

Spokane-area interests are seeking funding for education, transportation, health care, and community projects and initiatives valued at more than $160 million during the upcoming state legislative session. ...

Real estate market optimism persists in Spokane

The commercial real estate sector will see a strong year in 2019 due in part to companies from other areas leasing space in Spokane, some industry professionals here say. Jon Jeffreys, broker at NAI Black, says he saw some office space absorbed this year...

Overall construction sector expects healthy 2019 in Spokane

Despite rising labor and material costs, the Spokane-area construction sector likely will see another healthy year, say industry professionals here....

Old grain elevators going down in East Spokane

CHS Inc. plans to demolish the long-standing grain elevators at 310 N. Madelia, in the East Central neighborhood, says Brad Smith, senior partner with Smith Construction Services, the Kansas-based contractor hired to raze the structures. ...

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