Centennial Properties, a subsidiary of Cowles Co., has converted the former Catholic Diocese Chancery Building to office space.
The upgraded office spaces are meant to be executive suites and can be configured according to need.
Cowles Co. acquired the building, the former Catholic Diocese Chancery Building, for $2.05 million in 2006.
Constructed in 1924, the Italian Renaissance Revival building retains much of the detail and craftsmanship associated with early 20th century Spokane office buildings, said Deanne Logan, of Centennial Properties.
The Catholic Diocese leases the building’s third floor. Centennial manages leases for offices on the building’s first and second levels.
The building, now called the 1023 W. Riverside Building, also has a new event room on the first level.