A new entry sign marking the line between Kendall Yards and Nettleton’s Addition is being planned
Spokane is in the midst of major transformations, with $800 million in public and private investment pouring into the city’s downtown and nearby neighborhoods.
A new grocery store in Kendall Yards will target Spokane’s growing downtown neighborhoods with sales of fresh local foods and places for customers to hang-out.
A man was rescued from a tree on the edge of the Spokane River in Kendall Yards Tuesday afternoon.
Liberty Lake Wine Cellars is building a new production facility and tasting room, with plans to move there after this summer.
How Jim Frank’s development company – Greenstone Corp. – gained control of Kendall Yards, the former industrial site perched above the Spokane River, is a classic case of entrepreneurial patience. And luck. But Frank’s career illustrates how people make their own luck.
Could another Spokane site magically morph into a thriving urban neighborhood like Kendall Yards is? Developer Jim Frank believes so. He sees “enormous potential” for the east end of downtown, bordered by Washington Street, Spokane Falls Boulevard, Pine Street and the railroad tracks. What’s needed, says Frank, is a vision.
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories of Pullman will expand its Spokane branch office.
A mixed-use development with apartments, shops, office space and parking is next big project planned for Kendall Yards.
Another commercial building will rise on the south side of Summit Parkway in Kendall Yards. It’s designed to have two restaurants and other retail spaces and expected to open in summer 2017. Greenstone affiliate North Gorge Commercial Partners LLC plans to start within two weeks on the $2.2 million project for the Kendall Yards Bluff Building, 1323 W. Summit Parkway.