Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

Antibody drugs reduce COVID’s effects for some

Although many people who contract COVID-19 are asymptomatic or minimally symptomatic, an alarming number of others are still becoming acutely ill and dying from the virus. COVID-19 monoclonal antibody therapy increases the survival rate for these ...

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Housing on the Horizon: $73.3 million in multifamily projects planned in region

Prominent Spokane developer Lanzce Douglass has a large new apartment development valued at $45.2 million under construction in Coeur d’Alene. The development is the largest of several new multifamily projects in various stages of planning and ...

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UW-GU medical school building takes shape

The new medical education building is taking shape at the southwest corner of Spokane Falls Boulevard and Hamilton Street. The University of Washington and Gonzaga University have agreed to a long-term lease of the four-story, 90,000-square-foot structure...

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Fast-food restaurants to be razed, replaced

Four fast-food and fast-casual restaurants around the Spokane area are being built, rebuilt, or are in the planning stages. According to documents filed with the city of Spokane, the Carl's Jr. restaurant at 707 W. Third will be demolished and fully ...

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Tradesmen International endeavors to provide skilled trades workers

The Spokane Valley office of national construction staffing company Tradesmen International LLC has been providing workers to about 150 Spokane-area companies for more than a decade, general manager Trevor Harkema says. Harkema, who works at the Spokane ...

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Four proposed subdivisions to have nearly 300 units

Nearly 300 residential units are planned in four subdivisions throughout Spokane, according to separate pre-development applications filed with the city. Whipple Consulting Engineers Inc., headquartered in Spokane Valley, is the engineer and surveyor for...

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Acceleration physical therapy practice plans $2.2 million new building

Dave Jeter and Beth Sweigert, owners and founders of Acceleration Physical Therapy PLLC, plan to construct a $2.2 million clinic at 701 S. Sherman, where they plan to move their practice from leased space on the South Hill, says Jeter. The ...

Used-car dealership planned at former Jim’s Home Brew site

The old Jim’s Home Brew Supply building at 2619 N. Division will be turned into a third location for Airway Heights-based auto dealership Cal Cars, pre-development conference application documents filed with the city of Spokane show. Representatives ...

Tenant improvements underway for Caliber Collision Center

The city of Spokane has issued a building permit for remodel work valued at $750,000 for a new auto body shop in a building at 6430 N. Lidgerwood, east of the Lowes Cos. home improvement store on Spokane’s North Side. Caliber Collision Centers...

New Wells Fargo branch envisioned on South Hill

San Francisco-based Wells Fargo & Co. has begun planning a new bank branch inside the Lincoln Heights Shopping Center, on Spokane’s South Hill, says Juan Lopez, Wells Fargo’s senior communications consultant. The branch will be located at ...

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