The work will be completed this fall to the Lower Crossing neighborhood, which has experienced washouts in recent years on the only road that leads to the small cluster of historic homes on the bank of the Spokane River.
Up to three teams of mounted patrol volunteers visit parks across Spokane every Saturday and Sunday to spread the word about the COPS volunteers and the work they do.
My Fresh Basket, the Kendall Yards grocery store, has won a national industry award for innovation.
More than $1 million in historic restoration work is nearly complete at the Spokane County Courthouse, which will result in new lobby locations for the county’s auditor, treasurer and assessor offices.
Work continues to make Kendall Yards in Spokane’s West Central neighborhood a destination for dining. The latest restaurant tenant will be Umi Sushi, in space it will share with the newly opened Maryhill Winery Tasting Room, 1309 W. Summit Parkway.
The fourth sculpture marking an entrance to Nettleton’s Addition and Kendall Yards has been installed.
Fleet Feet, a Spokane-based athletic store, has been issued permits to begin tenant improvements at its new location in Kendall Yards.
The remodel of the 67,000-square-foot building, 305 W. Kathleen Ave., will include renovation of the bakery, deli, pharmacy, and meat and fish area, and add a mezzanine with a dining area.
A new commercial building is going up in the central part of Kendall Yards, the trendy and booming development just northwest of downtown Spokane in the West Central neighborhood.
A homeless camp was cleaned out Wednesday – its residents long gone – with piles of trash and personal belongings hauled away.
Teresa Brum on Kendall Yards
Teresa Brum, Spokane’s business and development director, responds at a City Council meeting on Monday, Aug. 17, 2009, to Councilman Bob Apple, who called the tax-increment financing district created for Kendall Yards “a failure.”