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  • Doug Clark: Young man’s drive behind West End Lofts project

    Daniel Sanchez is busily turning two three-story 1908 buildings, the Jefferson and its next-door neighbor, the Norman Hotel, into cool urban living spaces and boutique retail shops that will enhance …


  • Judge rejects suit to halt CdA condo construction

    A North Idaho judge has rejected a request by a group of homeowners trying to prevent a company from building a 14-story condominium in downtown Coeur d’Alene. The Coeur d’Alene …


  • Downsizing invites simplicity, savings

    Everything about the baby boom generation has been big: their numbers, their ambitions, their impact on society. But there’s one thing about the boomers that’s starting to get smaller: their …


  • South Hill condo project adds a taste of Tuscany

    Developer Ron Barnes points at the stucco-covered walls of the newest seven-unit condo project on Spokane’s South Hill, at the corner of 14th Avenue and Wall Street. He remembers how …


  • Spokane Valley hotel on the rise

    Workers have finished about half the construction of the Spokane Valley Hampton Inn & Suites, just east of the Spokane Valley Mall, at 16418 E. Indiana Ave. The project should …


  • Developer faces foreclosure

    Two downtown Spokane buildings – one that houses CenterStage and the other which was eyed for a condominium project – are threatened with foreclosure. Local contractor RenCorp LLC alleges owner …


  • Less is more, except in parking

    The downtown life offers easy access to work, nightclubs, restaurants, shopping and cultural activities. What it doesn’t offer condo owners is much in the way of parking. Condo owners pay …

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