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A rendition shows how the Highline Lofts at Kendall Yards will look

More stuff on the expansion of commercial properties at Kendall Yards, the big development just west of downtown Spokane.

Three new buildings are on the drawing boards; two are restaurants (whose names and owners have not been announced); a third is the Highline Lofts. It will be built generally across the street from Central Food, the first commercial building in Kendall Yards, a residential-commercial development operated by Greenstone Corp.

Work is just starting on the Lofts, which we're featuring here in a rendering. It will be about 27,000 square feet of retail on the main floor and two floors of apartments. It's expected to open next spring, with rents offered at market rates.

If you want to see a map for the site location, open the PDF document link just below this text box.


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Here’s a look at the first two Kendall Yards office buildings (with restaurant)

Today's business news story is an update on progress at the near-downtown mixed use development, Kendall Yards. (Story may require Spokesman.com access to read it in its entirety.)

The project has, up to now, been focused exclusively on building out the residential half of the project. About 60 units have been built and sold to date.

Now the company behind the project, Greenstone Corp., is starting two new commercial buildings. The first, in the rendering above, is the building on the left. It's called the Cedar Street Park Commercial Building.  A restaurant will fill the side facing the river.

The second commercial building is the one on the far right. It will be a two-story — plus daylight basement — office building, with no tenants yet announced. The two other buildings between those are also on the drawing boards, but will not move forward until some tenants/owners are lined up, said project manager Adam Jones.

Renderings come from Spokane's nystrom + olson architecture.

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