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Here’s the Dirt: Housing projects sprout in CdA

Housing projects sprout in CdA

Multifamily housing projects continue to be popular in Coeur d’Alene, with developers proposing two new complexes with a total of 160 units.

Copper Basin Construction of Hayden plans to build a 92-unit apartment complex in the Mill River development along Seltice Way.

The Residence at Mill River consists of 12 apartment buildings, five duplexes and a clubhouse on a 5.4-acre lot just west of Grandmill Lane.

The first phase, including 36 apartments and a caretaker’s unit, is scheduled to be completed next fall.

In north Coeur d’Alene, Hayden-based Viking Homes plans to build a 68-unit apartment complex along Ramsey Road at Lopez Avenue, one block north of Kathleen Avenue.

The $5.25 million development on 4 acres includes seven buildings. The developer hopes to complete the project next summer.

Wine salon set for South Hill

Jen Miley is opening a women’s wine salon and social hangout called The Calm, at 1303 S. Grand Blvd. on Spokane’s South Hill.

This is Miley’s first business. “It’s a culmination of all the ideas I’ve learned from my years working in health care,” she said.

Miley said the business will offer memberships that provide access to wine tastings, events, social gatherings and lectures.

Miley is leasing the building from property owner Tyrodali LLC.

Miley said the goal is to open The Calm the first week of October.

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Dutch Bros. opens new location

Dutch Bros. Coffee has opened a fifth Spokane location, at 8701 N. Division St. It will mark the occasion with a free-drink event on Wednesday.

All 16-ounce drinks at the new location will be free including coffee, smoothies, freezes and flavor-infused energy drinks.

All five Dutch Bros. Spokane stores are owned by husband-and-wife team Kevin and Kerry Parker. Kevin Parker is a Republican state legislator.