Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

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As listing continue to decline, Spokane Realtors must compete

A hot residential real estate market has led to an increase in the number of Realtors in the Spokane area, while homes on the market has decreased simultaneously. ...

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New medical office building in works on lower South Hill

A two-story, 20,000-square-foot medical office building is planned on the lower South Hill, the architect on the project says. ...

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Second Harvest envisions additional warehouse

Second Harvest Inland Northwest plans to acquire a second warehouse facility, to be called the Wolff Family Child Hunger Solution Center, which it intends to renovate and use for its children’s programs. ...

Pinecroft Business Park begin work on newest building

Pinecroft LLC, the development company for Pinecroft Business Park, is erecting its newest structure, a $2.4 million, nearly 31,000-square-foot office building, which will be the 18th office building in the complex. ...

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Sigma Chi breaks ground on new house at WSU

Construction started last month on the first new fraternity house to be built in a generation at Washington State University’s Pullman campus. ...

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Historic Cheney depot slated for relocation

Plans to preserve the historic Cheney Depot are moving ahead, and the nonprofit organization supporting its preservation says the building could be moved to a new location as early as this summer. ...

Spokane Valley housing developments ramp up

Three new housing projects totaling over 500 living units have been proposed or are underway in Spokane Valley. In north central Spokane Valley, Renton, Washington-based Ruffhouse Development LLC has proposed 36 townhomes ...

Pride Prep starts fourth phase of its expansion

Pride Prep Schools has begun work on its fourth and final expansion and renovation phase at 811 E. Sprague, on the southern edge of the University District, says superintendent and founder Brenda McDonald. ...

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Heritage Health’s Big Lift in North Idaho

Coeur d’Alene-based nonprofit health care provider Heritage Health has witnessed a six-fold increase in the number of patients it serves annually during the past decade. ...

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Inland Northwest construction industry combats opioid use

It has long been the mantra of construction workers to adhere to the proverbial “tough guy” image, those who believe showing weakness is unacceptable, and talking about feelings is unimaginable. ...

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