Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

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Aspen Homes builds its first apartment complex

For the first time in its 20-plus years in business, Coeur d’Alene-based Aspen Homes & Development LLC soon will add custom-design apartment complex to its portfolio of work. ...

Spokane home sales decline 5% in 2019

The number of single-family homes and condominiums sold through the Spokane Multiple Listing Service fell 5% in 2019 compared with the previous year, says Rob Higgins, executive vice president of the Spokane Association of Realtors. ...

Tangle Ridge housing development proposed in Latah Valley

A $25 million single-family housing development called Tangle Ridge Estates is planned just southeast of the Eagle Ridge development, in the Latah Valley area of southwest Spokane. ...

Latah Creek manufactured home park proposed

A Southern California-based developer wants to build a more than 200-space manufactured home park in Spokane’s Latah Creek area. ...

Multifamily complexes in progress in Spokane Valley

Three new multifamily residential projects valued at a total of more than $15.7 million are planned or underway in Spokane Valley. ...

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Cancer care alliance invests in new technology

The Alliance for Cancer Care is in the final stages of a two-year push to upgrade its stereotactic ablative radiotherapy equipment, which provides a more targeted method of administering doses of radiation. ...

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Professionals place greater emphasis on self-care

A growing number of working professionals are looking to budget time and finances toward both physical activity and self-care to prevent burnout – physical or mental collapse caused by overwork or over stress – wellness experts here say. ...

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Providence hospitals, INHS work to fill CNA void

Faced with a shortage of certified nursing assistants, Providence hospitals in Spokane have created a program they think will satisfy their demand. ...

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Northwest Specialty Hospital adopts new robotic technology

Northwest Specialty Hospital, in Post Falls, is changing the way many of its patients’ spinal surgeries are conducted through the use of a surgical robot navigation platform, says spinal surgeon Dr. Roland Kent. ...

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Zombie Attack: Group looks to reduce number of abandoned ‘zombie’ homes

A loose group of Spokane professionals has begun working to relieve some of the pressure the area’s housing market is under by bringing “zombie homes” back to life. ...

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