Spokane Journal of Business

Special Report

288 residential units envisioned in Liberty Lake development

A mixed-used development, tentatively named Neighborly Ventures Apartments, is planned in the city of Liberty Lake, says Allyson Andrade, marketing communications coordinator for Whipple Consulting Engineers Inc., the project applicant. ...

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Seattle developer plans 160-unit apartment building at Iron Bridge

A four-story, 160-unit multifamily building is proposed on the Iron Bridge Office Campus on the east edge of Spokane’s University District, says Jake McKinstry, principal of Spectrum Development Solutions LLC, of Seattle. ...

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Old Masonic Temple to be remodeled into Bison Bar, events center

A 30,000-square-foot building in northeast Spokane’s Hillyard neighborhood formerly used as a Masonic Temple is undergoing a makeover to become a restaurant, bar, and events center....

Mixed-use project envisioned in Garland District

Two Spokane real estate companies, Millennium Northwest LLC and Greater Northwest Assets LLC, are planning a mixed-use development featuring 60 living units on five lots along Wall Street, between Garland and Walton avenues, in the Garland District, ...

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Second phase of work begins on City Line stops

Spokane Transit Authority has entered the second phase of construction on stops for its $92.2 million City Line rapid-transit bus line. Brandon Rapez-Betty, chief operations officer at STA, says installation of vertical elements at the 28 stops along ...

Supercuts to be razed, replaced by auto lube shop

The former Supercuts building in the Heritage Village Shopping Center, at 9205 N. Newport Highway, will be demolished this month to make way for an automotive oil change franchise shop expanding into the Spokane area, says Dave Black, co-owner of...

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Numerica Credit Union branch to be built at Five Mile

Spokane-Valley based Numerica Credit Union plans to build a new branch at 6281 N. Maple Street, south of W. Francis, near the Five Mile Shopping Center, says, Licia LeGrant, an architect with Bernardo|Wills Architects PC, of Spokane, which is designing...

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Physically demanding: Physical therapy clinics hire, expand to meet patient needs

Inland Northwest physical therapy clinics have been busy trying to keep up with patient demand for rehabilitation services now that elective surgeries are underway again at Spokane-area hospitals. The capacity of most clinics to meet the steady need...

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ALS nonprofit prepares to open second INW site

Matt’s Place Foundation Inc. anticipates opening its second smart home by the end of summer, on Spokane’s North Side, says Theresa Whitlock-Wild, co-founder and communications director for the Coeur d’Alene-based nonprofit...

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WSU medical school finds itself in the midst of change

Washington State University’s Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine, located in Spokane, is in the midst of change to its physical location and to its leadership. ...

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