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Jerry Dicker’s plans for the Burgan’s Block don’t include historic tax credits

Yesterday we ran this same artist's rendering of the new proposed Burgan's Block project.

Here's the full daily Spokesman-Review story.

Bernardo-Wills Architects, of Spokane, is the architectural design team for the two-building project. It's expected to begin within 60 days.

The southern building — the former Burgan's storage warehouse — is considered part of the DeSmet Avenue Warehouse Historic District. Developer Jerry Dicker has said he is not seeking tax credits for maintaining either building's historic character.


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