The South Hill needs a Dairy Queen.
Scott V. Byrnes
Valley needs a Fat Burger.
Northside/Five Mile area ~ Trader Joe’s.
Virginia Thommes Nowitzki
I want another craft store option near Lincoln Heights, Hobby Lobby would be great. And a Whole Foods would be AMAZING!
Northside near Francis. A Trader Joe’s, Huckleberry’s, or some other sort of affordable organically minded grocery store. Driving to the South Hill can be a pain!
Donald Stanfield Walls
Shadle. Open air farmer’s market at Shadle Center.
Would love to have a small grocery store in South Perry. It is such a walkable urban neighborhood except for when it is time to pick up items that aren’t available at the Thursday Farmers’ Market.
Live out West Plains, Big Sky area, and need a grocery store. Have to drive to Cheney, Medical Lake, Airway or downtown Spokane.
I live in the Valley and a Trader Joe’s would be great. More local businesses would be great too.
Garland district. I think a farmer’s market would be great and useful to everyone.
I live in the downtown core. I’d like to see a walkable grocery store (or City Target!) here, a more affordable co-working space, and more small, affordable storefronts for local small businesses to call home. If the boutique stores downtown had lower rent, maybe they’d lower their prices and I could patronize them.
While I live in the valley and work on the north side, I would like to see another Tomato Street ANYWHERE! One in the entire Spokane area just isn’t enough. I don’t know how many times I’ve wanted to go there, but I knew the wait would be a LOT longer than I wanted to endure.
Suzi Swigert Walden
IKEA would be awesome in Spokane or the Valley.
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