Here’s the Dirt: Webster opens saloon on Monroe
William Webster, who has run several Spokane-area eateries, has opened Webster’s Saloon at 1914 N. Monroe St.
The new business is taking the space last used by Working Class Heroes.
The full-service bar will serve lunch and dinner seven days a week. The business will feature house-made smokehouse barbecue flavorings to enhance dishes.
Webster’s will offer 13 menu items. During football season the bar will open at 10 a.m. on Sundays to cater to the NFL crowd.
Native Link takes new office
Native Link Construction has leased 3,000 square feet of office space at 7220 N. Market St. in Spokane. It’s moving into the former office of Center Electric.
Native Link provides construction and remodeling services. It previously was located in Nine Mile Falls.
Marshall Clark, of Clark Pacific Real Estate Company, was the listing broker. Cassandra Shoenberg and Doug Byrd, of Byrd Real Estate Group, represented Native Link Construction.
Pipeline firm moves to Valley
Northern Pipeline Construction, a national company with operations in 21 states, is moving from Airway Heights into a new office at 16707 E. Euclid Ave. in Spokane Valley.
The firm replaces and maintains natural gas pipelines for Avista Corp. NPL won the Avista contract last year and moved into its first area office in the spring.
The new office measures 22,500 square feet.
The previous tenant there was Crux Subsurface, Inc. That firm, which does large-scale, specialized construction jobs, including tunnels, is moving to 4308 N. Barker Road.
NPL is headquartered in Phoenix and operates in 26 cities across the country.
Darren Slackman and Grant Person, both of NAI Black, brokered the lease.