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Here’s the Dirt: Neuropathy clinic moves into offices in Spokane Valley

Neuropathy center opens first area office

Northwest Neuropathy Relief Center has moved into new offices at 12409 E. Mission Ave., in Spokane Valley.

The company, part of a national network of clinics, provides treatment for patients dealing with neuropathy (numbness) related to diabetes or chemotherapy.

This is the company’s first Spokane location. It has 17 other locations in Washington.

It has a lease for 2,700 square feet on two levels in the medical office building.

Cory Barbieri, of Goodale & Barbieri Co., represented the landlord, Aristo LLC, a two-person Spokane investor group.

Mike King of NAI Black represented Northwest Neuropathy Relief Center.

Legacy Group moves into plaza

Mortgage lending company The Legacy Group has opened its first Spokane office on the fifth floor of the Lincoln Plaza building at the downtown corner of Lincoln Street and Riverside Avenue.

The company has offices across the Western United States and Hawaii.

The Spokane office, 818 W. Riverside, has four workers, with a lease of 2,800 square feet.

This deal helps take Lincoln Plaza to 98 percent occupancy, said Cory Barbieri, who represented the landlord, Lincoln Plaza LLC.

Hayden building changes hands

RHD LLC, a Pacific Northwest investor group, paid $3.1 million for the building now occupied by DSI Hayden Dialysis, at 8556 N. Wayne Ave., in Hayden.

The 7,500-square- foot building has been owned by Hayden Nephrology, which built it in 2008 for DSI, which moved into the clinic the same year.

Following the sale, DSI leased back the clinic from RHD.

The sale is one of the largest for commercial buildings in North Idaho this year, said Chris Schreiber, of Kiemle & Hagood. He brokered the deal.

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