Spokane Journal of Business

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$2 million commerce park planned in Spokane Valley

Spokane Valley-based Mamer Properties LLC is planning a new three-building, 41,200-square-foot addition to its commercial park in Spokane Valley, according to preliminary planning documents on file with the city of Spokane Valley. ...

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Sharp Wall Technologies makes snap of working with bricks, blocks

These days, Lazaro Martinez and his novel approach to construction can be found on a bluff in east Liberty Lake. Using products developed by his young company, Sharp Wall Technologies LLC, Martinez is building a home for his family using nontraditional ...

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Dr. C Family Dentistry owner to build Airway Heights retail center

Spokane Valley-based Dr. C Family Dentistry owner Dr. Josh Cochran is stepping into the development world with a planned new 16,000-square-foot dental and retail structure in Airway Heights. Cochran, who founded Dr. C Family Dentistry six years ago...

Engel & Volkers opens office in Coeur d’Alene

International real estate company Engel & Völkers is making its presence known on Inland Northwest main streets. Twenty months after opening its Spokane office in a second-floor suite in River Park Square, at 808 W. Main, downtown, the company ...

Next phase of work on tap at Spokane Airport’s car rental center

With an initial phase of work recently completed at Spokane International Airport, a second phase of improvements to the transportation center currently is being designed. The second phase will include improvements to the ground transportation center...

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Spokane homeowners leave money in bank for now

Despite layoffs and wage reductions, industry observers say homeowners are avoiding using the equity in their homes during this challenging financial time. The mortgage data company Black Knight Inc. says Americans had $6.2 trillion in ...

Low rates drive surge in mortgage, refinance activity in Spokane

Veteran Spokane bankers report strong mortgage growth largely in part due to existing homeowners refinancing in order to take advantage of record-low interest rates. ...

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Financial software company adds Spokane client

A Spokane Valley software company that caters to credit unions is returning to its roots with the addition of a Spokane client, after almost two decades without a customer in its home market. Shaun Murray, president and CEO of Enhanced Software Products...

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Driving retirement

The most popular part-time job for retirees in Washington state is that of school bus driver, according to a report released last month by national life insurance agency Choice Mutual. But whether that job will remain in the top spot for retirees is hard...

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WSU to debut senior-living major

About a decade ago, some of the nation’s leading senior care providers began reaching out to Washington State University’s School of Hospitality Business Management about establishing academic courses in their field. ...

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