Spokane Journal of Business

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Papillon buildings enter final design, permitting phase

Selkirk Development LLC, the company pla nning an $80 million, two-tower Papillon project on Spokane’s North Bank, is finalizing the design and engineering and preparing permit-related documents for the project, says Alex Ekins, a partner at Selkirk....

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Post Street Bridge readied for replacement

After 103 years, the Post Street Bridge in downtown Spokane will be replaced. Construction is scheduled to start in April. Marlene Feist, director of strategic development for the public works department, says plans call for the project to be completed...

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STA to break ground on $92.2M City Line

Spokane Transit Authority plans to break ground in May on its $92.2 million City Line bus rapid-transit route. The six-mile City Line, which will extend from the Browne’s Addition neighborhood to Spokane Community College and run through downtown...

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North Spokane Corridor projects are in full swing

The signs of work on the North Spokane Corridor in northeast Spokane are readily visible now. When completely finished in 2029, the $1.49 billion project ultimately will create a freeway linking Interstate 90 in east Spokane to U.S. 395 north of Spokane....

Construction activity rolls at West Plains PDA

Construction momentum is on a strong roll within the West Plains-Airport Area Public Development Authority district, which covers more than 9,000 acres encompassing the Spokane International Airport and surrounding land....

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Collins Aerospace begins preliminary work on expansion

Collins Aerospace Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp., is planning to invest $145 million to expand its existing carbon brake manufacturing facility at 11135 W. Westbow Lane, on the West Plains. The facility will add 50% more square footage to...

Two retail projects planned on West Plains

Plans are expected to go forward this spring for a North 40 Outfitters farm store on the west edge of Spokane, near where a retail development to be anchored by a Bush Car Wash also is planned. The $6.5 million North 40 farm and ranch store will be...

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First part of Exotic Metals expansion takes shape

Kent, Washington-based Exotic Metals Forming Co.’s two-phase expansion project at its West Plains facility is well underway, with walls in place on the first phase at 12933 W. McFarlane Road. The manufacturing company is building two new warehouse...

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Walls rise at Rockwood at Whitworth retirement complex

Walls are starting to rise at Rockwood Retirement Communities’ $69 million redevelopment project at its North Side location, says Eowyn Sallis, director of marketing for the organization. Work on the 420,000-square-foot, two-phase project, located at...

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New memory care facility rises at Orchard Crest

A $17.5 million memory care facility is rising at Orchard Crest Retirement Community, in Spokane Valley. Susanne Lunt, executive director at Orchard Crest LLC, says the walls of the two-story, 43,400-square-foot building are up, and the roof is mostly...

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