Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Zoned Out: Single family-exclusive zoning may become thing of the past

The Washington state Department of Commerce has proposed several changes to its Growth Management Act, and Gov. Jay Inslee has voiced his support for a policy that would essentially ban single-family zoning, but local real estate industry experts say the ...

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Mixed-use development eyed at old Idaho Veneer site

A development of over 120 residential living units is planned on the grounds of the former Idaho ...

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Spokane International Airport moves forward with TREX terminal expansion project

Plans are progressing at the Spokane International Airport on an upgrade and expansion to one of the...

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Fire department plans new boathouse at north end of Lake Coeur d’Alene

The Coeur d’Alene Fire Department is building a boathouse for its fire boat at the foot of...

New housing action plan touted by Spokane real estate professionals

A new housing action plan commissioned by the Spokane Association of Realtors details how local ...

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Kootenai Health expands heart center on main campus

Kootenai Health has started construction of a $37.3 million heart center expansion on its main hospital campus in Coeur d’Alene. The heart center will grow to 13 operating rooms from 11 and expand to five procedure rooms from three to meet the needs ...

Circle K to re-enter Spokane market

A Circle K store and gas station will be constructed on more than 2 acres of undeveloped vacant land at 9132 W. U.S. 2, east of Airway Heights. The new 5,200-square-foot convenience store and fuel canopy are valued at $1.15 million, according to a ...

Liberty Lake’s golf course clubhouse to be replaced

The city of Liberty Lake’s capital facilities plan has committed $8.4 million to upgrade the city’s 55-acre Trailhead Golf Course, located at 1102 N. Liberty Lake Road, next to City Hall....

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Most sectors of Inland Northwest economy are rebounding well

Most business sectors in the Spokane-Coeur d’Alene area are growing, and some are approaching recovery beyond pre-pandemic levels as we enter the new year. Job numbers in both Spokane and Kootenai counties now are exceeding pre-pandemic levels, althoug...

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Busy construction season projected for new year

The commercial construction sector had a strong start in 2021, and the 2022 construction season will bring continued growth of warehouses, manufacturing, and distribution centers, industry observers here say. Cheryl Stewart, executive director of the ...

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