Here’s the Dirt: Valley Thrifty Car expands
Valley Thrifty Car expands
Bernard and Bernadette Curry have expanded their Spokane Valley Thrifty Car location by buying two adjoining properties at 8012 and 8014 E. Sprague Ave.
The Currys purchased the former retail building used by Grizzly Glass at 8014 E. Sprague. They paid $240,000 to owner Hank Halseth. The building is 2,470 square feet; the property includes 100 feet of frontage on Sprague. Their location is a Thrifty Car sales and rental business.
The 8012 E. Sprague lot includes a 1,950-square-foot duplex. The Currys also paid Halseth $240,000 for that property, according to tax records.
In addition to the Spokane Valley business, the Currys operate Thrifty Auto Sales and Rental at 6418 N. Wall St.
Mike King of NAI Black represented the Currys. Marshall Clark of Clark Pacific represented the seller.
All the rest
• The Spokane office of Lembeck Appraisal & Consulting is moving to a larger space in the Rock Pointe Corporate Center, 316 W. Boone Ave. The new office has 3,275 square feet. The company provides commercial appraisals. Brokers were Jeff McGougan and Jon Jeffreys of NAI Black.
• National bedding retailer Sleep Country has opened its fourth area store at 4402 N. Division St., Spokane. The company is seeking donations of new clothing for its Foster Kids Program. Donations can be made at any Sleep Country store until July 22.
• Avenue West Gallery in Spokane has moved to 707 W. Main Ave., Suite B11 on the skywalk level, near the Crescent Court Clock. The art gallery will celebrate its first First Friday there on July 6, 5-9 p.m., with new art and artists. Regular hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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