March 26, 1998 in Washington Voices

Hearing Set For Apartment Project

By The Spokesman-Review
 

Plans for a 136-unit apartment complex at the northwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Evergreen Road will go to Spokane County for a public hearing on April 3.

Arger Capital Corp., a Spokane limited liability corporation created by Greg Arger and his brother Prokey, plans to develop six acres south of the Target store on East Sprague Avenue.

The site plan must be approved by the county before the $7.5 million project can proceed.

Preliminary designs include five 2-1/2 story buildings with a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, Greg Arger said.

An average apartment would be about 1,000 square feet. A two-bedroom unit would rent for $600 dollars.

Arger has also developed Cyprus Pointe Apartments on McDonald Road and Center Pointe office park on Argonne Road.

The company chose to develop this land because of easy traffic access, Greg said.

With plans for a freeway interchange at Evergreen Road and the widening of Evergreen Road to five lanes from the interchange south to Sprague Avenue, residents will be able to have a quicker commute route to work, he said.

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HEARING APRIL 3

The public hearing on Arger Capital’s proposed apartment complex at Fourth Avenue and Evergreen Road will begin at 1:30 p.m. next Friday in the lower level of the Spokane County Public Works Building, 1026 W. Broadway.

This sidebar appeared with the story: HEARING APRIL 3 The public hearing on Arger Capital’s proposed apartment complex at Fourth Avenue and Evergreen Road will begin at 1:30 p.m. next Friday in the lower level of the Spokane County Public Works Building, 1026 W. Broadway.


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