Spokane Journal of Business

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ESD 101 prepares to build new conference center on South Hill

Spokane-based NorthEast Washington Educational Service District 101, or ESD 101, plans to build a single-story, 7,900-square-foot conference center connected to its existing facility at 4202 S. Regal on the South Hill. The project’s estimated cost is $...

California developer to buy, update two Spokane apartment complexes

The Washington State Housing Finance Commission is scheduled to hear a request today to authorize up to $12.5 million in tax-exempt revenue bonds to finance the purchase of and planned improvements to the Coventry Court and St. Andrews Court apartments in...

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Spokane Home Builders Association lines up 28 homes for annual fall festival

The Spokane Home Builders Association will hold its 13th annual Fall Festival of Homes over the next two extended weekends. This year’s show will feature 28 homes constructed in Spokane County by 20 builders, making it again the largest new-home constr...

Housing study says supply won’t meet demand in Spokane area

There’s not enough designated developable land here to meet demand for housing through the next two decades, says Michael Luis, a Seattle-based economic and public policy consultant. The current process that’s used to set boundaries for urban growth ...

Sandpoint Center office building changes hands

Sandpoint Equities LLC, a Los Angeles-based real estate investment concern, has bought the Sandpoint Center Building in downtown Sandpoint, says Ned Brandenberger, the building’s manager and leasing agent, in a press release about the transaction. Taco...

Bighorn Industrial Park changes hands in Post Falls

Real estate development and investment company Beckenhauer Properties LLC has bought the 200-acre Bighorn Industrial Park, in west Post Falls, says Craig Hunter, a commercial real estate broker involved in the transaction. Beckenhauer Properties is owned...

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Nonprofits to collaborate on patient lodging project in Cd’A

Community Cancer Fund, Kootenai Health, and Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest are collaborating to develop and operate lodging for adult and pediatric patients receiving medical treatment at Kootenai Health, says Jerid Keefer, Commun...

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Specialty Environmental: Insulated by a strong market

After a 26-year career as a manager for a large construction company in Hawaii, Ray Skelton moved to Spokane and acquired the assets of two separate environmental and insulation companies, both of which are now reaping the benefits of the current construc...

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Couple design, develop Energy Star rental units

Spokane Valley couple Jaculynn and Hans Peterson have developed a duplex that they claim is the first Energy Star, solar-ready rental income property in the city. Construction recently was completed on the $295,000 structure, at the northwest corner of O...

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