Spokane Journal of Business

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Whatever Happened To: Browne Street Market and Francis Travel Center

Two commercial developments proposed by Spokane businessperson Sam Sidhu and first reported by the Journal in spring 2021 are on track to begin this building season, according to people familiar with each project. ...

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Building blocked: Construction costs hinder financing

Some lenders here say they’re working around challenges to finance commercial construction developments and keep projects moving forward despite soaring prices of construction materials and rising labor costs, which have resulted in some project ...

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$46 million West Plains Logistics complex planned

Three industrial warehouse buildings will be under construction this summer at a new development called West Plains Logistics, at 9813 W. Hallett Road, in west Spokane....

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Triumph plant to become co-warehousing, coworking hub

Lakeside Companies plans to develop a coworking and co-warehouse complex to be called Terminal 7 at the 386,000-square-foot former Triumph Composite Systems Inc. property, at 1514 S. Flint, on the West Plains, says Jason Kindred, chief operating officer o...

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Short-term rentals said to subsidize development in Spokane

Some multifamily residential developers here say that they need income generated from short-term rentals, such as Airbnb and Vrbo, for projects to pencil out....

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Mammoth Liberty Lake warehouse project proposed

A land-use application on file with the city of Liberty Lake proposes the construction of a 487,000-square-foot industrial warehouse, called Project Apple. Phoenix-based real estate development company BH Development Co. filed the ...

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What’s happening with The District Apartments

Construction has started about a year later than originally planned on the initial phase of The District, a large apartment complex along the Spokane River, near the southeast edge of the University District....

HMA CPA to move to larger space in downtown Spokane

Spokane accounting firm HMA CPA PS plans to move elsewhere downtown later this year. HMA shareholder Kevin Sell says the company has signed a 10-year lease on the 10,000-square-foot 10th floor of the 18-story building at 601 W. First, and plans to move ...

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Spokane Valley gains parkland in targeted areas

The city of Spokane Valley has made strategic acquisitions of parkland in three targeted areas, says John Bottelli, director of Spokane Valley Parks, Recreation, and Facilities. ...

Several multifamily projects proposed in Spokane

In one of a handful of new multifamily residential projects in Spokane, a local developer is expected to break ground this year on a $4 million, 21-unit urban infill project on a site near downtown, about 1 1/2 blocks north of the Spokane River....

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