Kootenai Clinic has opened a $16.6 million medical building at 1919 Lincoln Way in Coeur d’Alene.
The 63,000- square-foot building is home to four physician practices with 16 providers, a lab and an imaging center. It’s next door to the Interlake Building at 700 Ironwood Drive, home to six more practices, including cardiology and oncology.
The Kootenai Clinic building also houses Kootenai’s family medicine residency program.
About 300 patients a day will be served in the new building.
John Eixenberger designed the building and Williamson-Johnson Construction built it.
Numerica opens downtown branch
Numerica Credit Union opened its eighth Spokane branch recently at 502 W. Riverside Ave. in downtown.
The two-story building provides about 3,000 square feet on the main floor. The branch, one of 17 in Eastern Washington and North Idaho, has a staff of four and is open Monday through Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Built in 1953, the building was the first Spokane branch of First National Bank. In recent years it became part of Sherwood Mall.
Earlier this year, it was purchased by RenCorp Realty, which renamed the corner building the Numerica Building.
One owner of the building is Spokane Indians and Spokane Chiefs owner Bobby Brett.
It’s next door to the 1917 Kirtland Cutter Building at 510 W. Riverside Ave., which was also part of the former Sherwood Mall. Area investor Tom Clemson bought it this year and is renovating it for commercial use.
Gift shop opens on West Second
Spokane businesswoman Sandra Lambdin has opened Decorum Fine Home and Gifts, a gift shop, at 305 W. Second Ave. in downtown.
The boutique retail shop sells a wide range of items, from jewelry to furniture and home decorations.
Lambdin also operates the design firm Define Your Design.