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Habitat moving stores to industrial park

Habitat for Humanity will close its Spokane and Spokane Valley stores, and consolidate retailing into a single location in the Spokane Industrial Park.

The existing stores at 850 E. Trent and 11410 E. Sprague will close March 1. The the Spokane store will reopen for a liquidation sale March 21 through March 26.

The new localion at 3808 N. Sullivan, Building 10, opens April 1.

Habitat Executive Director Michone Preston said the industry park location will provide better access, and more space and parking. The organization has raised $2 million at its Spokane-area stores since the Trent location opened 11 years ago, she said.

Habitat builds affordable homes, which are sold with zero-interest loans to owners who have contributed 500 hours of sweat equity to the organization and other homeowners.

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