Spokane Journal of Business

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West Plains boasts $500 million in private work

The West Plains has become a hotbed of development, with just under $500 million in new and ongoing construction occurring in the area. ...


Spokane contractors want to boost job-filling programs

The top executive for national construction trade group Associated General Contractors of America visited Spokane early this month not only to tout the strong construction market here, but to promote AGC’s initiative calling for more training programs ...


McKinstry to double size of operations in Spokane

Seattle-based McKinstry Co. LLC, a construction and energy-efficiency contractor, is expanding here and expects to double activity at its Spokane-area operations by 2025, says Dale Silha, the Spokane-based regional vice president. ...


HDG Architecture: Making a modernist mark

Armando Hurtado and Joshua Hissong knew they were taking a risk when they started Hissong Design Group LLC in 2010, during the throes of a recession. ...


As listing continue to decline, Spokane Realtors must compete

A hot residential real estate market has led to an increase in the number of Realtors in the Spokane area, while homes on the market has decreased simultaneously. ...


Fellow Coworking expands in Washington Cracker building

Fellow Coworking LLC, a coworking office company, has expanded its space in the Washington Cracker Co. Building, at 304 W. Pacific downtown, to accommodate more members and offer more services, says founder Luke Baumgarten. ...


New medical office building in works on lower South Hill

A two-story, 20,000-square-foot medical office building is planned on the lower South Hill, the architect on the project says. ...


Second Harvest envisions additional warehouse

Second Harvest Inland Northwest plans to acquire a second warehouse facility, to be called the Wolff Family Child Hunger Solution Center, which it intends to renovate and use for its children’s programs. ...

New home is in works for Action Fasteners, Purfect Logos

Spokane-based Action Fasteners & Supply Inc. is planning to move into a new, 47,600-square-foot building under construction now that it will share with Purfect Logos LLC, of Spokane Valley, says project architect George Watson, of Watson & Herres LLC. ...

Hugo's on the Hill shuttered

As of early this month, longtime South Hill bowling alley Hugo’s on the Hill has closed, and the business is for sale. Chris Schwartz, who has co-owned the business with his brother, Adam Schwartz...

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