Spokane Journal of Business

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138-lot subdivision planned in Indian Trail area

A 138-lot residential subdivision is planned as the third addition to the Woodridge View development in the north Indian Trail neighborhood, preliminary planning documents submitted to the city of Spokane show....

$11.5 million Secure It Self Storage facility slated in Spokane Valley

Spokane development company Lanzce G. Douglass Inc. has obtained building permits for a new Secure It Self Storage facility at 15702 E. Broadway, with a total construction value of $11.5 million, records from the city of Spokane Valley show....

Fulcrum Financial office building rises on South Hill

Construction is underway on a 3,000-square-foot building at 1216 S. Grand Blvd., on Spokane’s South Hill, that will be the new headquarters for Fulcrum Financial Group LLC, says Sarah Lynn Carlson, the company’s owner....

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Business is booming in Spokane Valley

The ongoing redevelopment of the former Itron campus, construction of a new warehouse and a heavy equipment dealership nearby, and high occupancy rates at the Spokane Business & Industrial Park, together are spurring business growth in Spokane Valley’s ...

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Riverview prepares to open $7M memory care facility

Spokane-based Riverview Retirement Community plans to open its new $7 million, 20-bed memory care facility next month. Spokane-based contractor Bouten Construction Co. recently completed constructing the 20,000-square-foot Riverview Memory Care facility ...

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Duluth Trading Co. builds store in Valley

A new 15,700-square-foot Duluth Trading Co. workwear and accessories retail store is in development in Spokane Valley, says Marc Cable, project manager with Illinois-based Interwork Architects Inc., the company that designed the project. The project site...

Ponderosa Village signs two retail tenants

Doughnut shop Hello Sugar LLC and salon The Mix Salon & Day Spa LLC have been secured as tenants for the first phase of the Ponderosa Village retail development under construction in Spokane Valley, says Mike Tuntland, co-owner of Tuntland Enterprises LLC...

Partners with Families buys Parametrix building

Spokane-based nonprofit Partners with Families & Children has purchased the former Taylor Engineering building at 106 W. Mission Avenue, which it plans to remodel as its new headquarters. Formed in 2003, Partners is a nonprofit with a mission to ...

Spokane Home Builders Association’s Fall Festival of Homes kicks off

Over the next two weekends, the Spokane Home Builders Association will hold its 14th annual Fall Festival of Homes, says Joel White, executive director of the association. The festival will feature 30 homes throughout Spokane County built by 20 builders...

The Journal’s View: School, city bond measures should receive voter approval

Spokane Public Schools has a proven track record of delivering on the promises it makes when trusted with tax money for capital projects. Consequently, voters should do what they’ve done repeatedly in recent years: Support the district’s construction ...

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