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Four-building apartment complex proposed in Spokane Valley

The proposed $1.2 million project at 11813 E. Broadway Ave. will contain four, three-story buildings with a clubhouse and a pool. The total project size is more than 143,000 square …

New traffic study set for Elks Lodge site

Whipple Consulting Engineers is holding a second traffic study meeting for a proposed multifamily development on the former Elks Lodge site in Spokane Valley. Todd Whipple of Whipple Consulting Engineers, …

Residents cite density concerns from proposed development at 28th and Adams in Spokane Valley

Spokane County’s hearing examiner will soon decide the fate of a developer’s proposal to build multiple duplexes and town houses on the former site of Bergman’s Christmas Tree Farm.

UPDATED: Tue., July 17, 2018, 10:57 p.m.

Spokane Valley City Council suggests it will reject proposed development

The Spokane Valley City Council will consider denying a zoning change that could bring a possible multi-use development to the Ponderosa neighborhood. Dennis Crapo of Diamond Rock Construction Inc. is …

UPDATED: Sat., June 23, 2018, 12:30 p.m.

New development – and more traffic – coming to Indian Trail neighborhood

A development in the Indian Trail neighborhood that caused heartburn among elected officials and neighbors more than two years ago was issued building permits last week.

UPDATED: Mon., April 30, 2018, 6:49 a.m.

Residents, Bergman family express frustration at housing plan on former Bergman Tree Farm in Spokane Valley

The former site of Bergman’s Christmas Tree Farm – a popular Spokane Valley holiday destination for more than 30 years – could soon be developed into multiple town homes and …

Development plans in Spokane Valley draw the ire of Ponderosa neighborhood

A developer is planning apartments and commercial development in Spokane Valley that has collected opposition from neighbors in the Ponderosa area.

Indian Trail development moving forward

The developer of a controversial Indian Trail neighborhood project will no longer seek a change in land-use laws, a move that would have allowed the construction of up to 400 …

Examiner orders townhome proposal fix

Residents in the Shelley Lake neighborhood got an early Christmas present in their stockings this week when the Spokane Valley hearing examiner agreed with their concerns about a proposed new …

Neighbors believe plan violates developer deal

Neighbors of property located at 15818 E. Fourth Ave. are up in arms because they believe the property owner is violating a developer’s agreement negotiated with the city of Spokane …