The Spokane Valley Cancer Center will hold an open house Sept. 26 at its new oncology clinic at 13424 E. Mission.
Sharing the space will be Spokane Cyberknife and Radiation Oncology Center and Medical Oncology Associates PS. The center will also offer clinical trials for medications and therapies.
The 22,000-square-foot clinic was constructed by McCloskey Construction and designed by Denny Christenson & Associates.
Former NFL quarterback Mark Rypien will attend the grand opening from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Valley bank building sold
M Group LLC has purchased the Mountain West Financial Center in Spokane Valley for $6.2 million. The building, at 12312 E. Mission Ave., is the main Spokane Valley branch for Mountain West Bank.
The building measures 14,400 square feet. Mountain West is the building’s sole tenant.
Brokering the deal were Scott Frank of Capital Pacific, representing seller, Pines & Mission LLC; and Leo Notar, of Business Properties, representing M Group, a Hayden, Idaho-based investment company.
DownEast opens new office
Fashion retailer DownEast has opened a store in Veradale at 15735 E. Broadway. The company, which has locations across the West, markets apparel for men and women.
The 6,000-square-foot store will carry the DownEast Basics product line for women, teens and girls, as well as some fashion brands for men. The chain’s Spokane Valley Mall store is converting to a brand store called Lemon Ice, catering to teens and early-20s shoppers.
It’s expected to open in the next week.
Achieve Center to relocate
The Spokane office of The Achieve Center is moving into new offices at the Schade Tower, 528 E. Spokane Falls Blvd.
It will relocate from offices at 524 W. Indiana Ave. It offers counseling and physical therapy for children.
Brokering the new lease were Jeff McGougan of NAI Black and Guy Byrd of Cornerstone Property Advisors.