Spokane Journal of Business

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Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park to erect new chairlift

After years of legal battles, a $4.1 million project that includes a new chairlift, seven additional runs, and a conveyor for a tubing hill will be operational at Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park this winter, park manager Brad McQuarrie says. “It’s b...

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Around Town

Self-storage company More Space Spokane LLC, of Spokane, has purchased a roughly 500-unit, 114,000-square-foot storage facility in a building at 104 S. Division. Casey Brazil and Chris Schrieber, both of Kiemle Hagood, handled the transaction. Northwest ...

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Warehouse project underway at Riverbend

An industrial building valued at nearly $2 million is going up in Riverbend Commerce Park, in Post Falls, says park manager Tag Jacklin. Construction crews broke ground in November for the 50,000-square-foot building, which is being marketed as the Lemhi...

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$11 million advanced care center planned in Newport

Following a $10 million bond approval in April 2016, Pend Oreille County Public Hospital District No. 1, which operates Newport Hospital & Health Services, has begun laying concrete for its new $11.1 million River Mountain Village Advanced Care assisted-l...

New medical office building rises at Riverstone

Construction is wrapping up on a single-story medical office building with a project value of $1.5 million in the Riverstone Development in northwest Coeur d’Alene, says Dr. Wayne Ellenbecker, an optometrist. Ellenbecker and his wife, Dr. Cindy Ellenbe...

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Around Town

Home improvement company Spokane Stone Creations LLC has leased a 1,500-square-foot bay in the multitenant facility at 3707 E. Decatur for the company’s first commercial location. Doug Byrd and Cassandra Becker, of Byrd Real Estate Group LLC, handled th...

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HELOCs grow in popularity in the Spokane area

Some lending and real estate experts here say that Spokane-area homeowners are pursuing home equity lines of credit, or HELOCs, at rates that mirror the flourishing housing market. “I think definitely over the past 12 months, the HELOC product has beco...

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Lot scarcity shackles Spokane homebuilders

Spokane-area homebuilders have been struggling to find enough land to meet the demand for single-family homes, some construction industry professionals say. The land need is constraining new home inventory, which in turn could be contributing to rising h...

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Volunteers of America plans $12 million Hope House in downtown Spokane

Volunteers of America Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho plans to construct a 60-unit low-income apartment building with a shelter for homeless women downtown at 1301 W. Third, the current site of Linnie’s Thai Cuisine restaurant, says Fawn Schott, VOA...

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Smart housing project planned in South Perry District

Six businesspeople from a variety of industries are coming together to build a $2 million “smart” housing development, called Blockhouse, in the South Perry District. Andy Barrett, one of the partners in the Blockhouse collaboration, says the group e...

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