Spokane Journal of Business

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Transloader moves into part of old Kaiser Mead plant

Tristar North Inc., a sister company of Vancouver, Washington-based Tristar Transload PNW Inc., has set up shop in the former Kaiser Aluminum Corp. plant at 2111 E. Hawthorne, north of Spokane. Peter Howe, owner of the transload company, says it’s...

At midyear, Spokane home sales are up over 2020

Sales of single-family homes sold through the Spokane Association of Realtors’ Multiple Listing Service are up 7.7% through the first six months of the year, compared with the year-earlier period. The MLS reports 3,598 homes and condos on less ...

Liberty Lake Athletic West planned along Barker Road

A Liberty Lake-based athletic club and a Spokane-based physical therapy clinic are teaming up on a facility currently under construction in Spokane Valley....

City to buy former White Elephant property in Valley

The city of Spokane Valley will buy the former White Elephant retail store site located at 12614 E. Sprague for $2.2 million, with long-term plans to use the property for law enforcement needs, says Spokane Valley Mayor Ben Wick....

Painted Hills developers looking to move forward

Black Realty Inc.’s planned Painted Hills residential development is looking to move forward with its plans to build over 580 living units at the former Painted Hills Golf Course, at 4403 S. Dishman-Mica Road, in south Spokane Valley. The development ...

Goodwill plans West Plains facility

Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest has purchased 6.3 acres of land on the West Plains, where the nonprofit plans to build a 60,000-square-foot retail store and salvage processing area....

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Hemmingson’s Triumph: Lakeside Capital buys Triumph Composite plant

Wanting to generate long-term, high-paying manufacturing jobs in the Inland Northwest, a company led by veteran businessman and philanthropist John J. Hemmingson has acquired Triumph Composite Systems Inc.’s nearly 50-acre parcel of land and ...

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The Path to Completion at the Ridpath

A project that’s been more than a decade in the making is well on its way to wrapping up, as developers at the Ridpath start work on the final two floors of the building. ...

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Engineering Idaho: David Evans & Associates consults on major traffic changes

Established in Portland, Oregon in 1976, the transportation civil engineering consulting company David Evans & Associates Inc. has secured a solid presence in the Inland Northwest....

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Habitat For Humanity-Spokane shifts to home rehabilitations

Habitat for Humanity-Spokane has pivoted from constructing new homes to rehabilitating existing homes as availability of construction materials and labor tightens and costs rise....

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