Stories tagged: downtown spokane
Tue., Feb. 2, 2016, 3:33 p.m.
Bozzi Media is the new tenant of the Paulsen Center’s penthouse.
Thu., Jan. 28, 2016, 10 a.m.
Nothing on the food menu is more than $10 at the new Observatory in downtown Spokane.
Tue., Jan. 19, 2016, 12:58 p.m.
It is only natural that the long, strange trip that has unfolded over the past several years at the Ridpath Hotel would continue to get longer and stranger. Two potential …
Fri., Nov. 20, 2015
From our archives, 100 years ago Swanson’s Hotel, also known as the Albion Block, “said to be the oldest downtown building in Spokane,” was destroyed by an early morning fire.
Thu., Nov. 12, 2015, 2:57 p.m.
Spokane developer Ron Wells is losing his grip on rehabilitating the Ridpath Hotel as a different group steps in to consolidate ownership.
UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 3, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
The Dirt: Iron Goat Brewing moving downtown; dentist, gyms leasing new space
Fri., Sept. 4, 2015
A parklet appeared in front of Wollnick’s on Main Avenue in downtown Spokane on Thursday, turning heads and moving passers-by to call it “neat” or “awesome.” But what is it?
Tue., Aug. 25, 2015
The historic 36-room Montvale Hotel in downtown Spokane has joined Jerry Dicker’s growing portfolio of boutique hotels and restaurants. Ruby Hospitality, the Spokane developer’s company, paid $2.3 million in a …
Mon., Aug. 24, 2015, 3:03 p.m.
Spokane’s oldest hotel, the 36-room Montvale across the street from the Fox Theater, is joining Jerry Dicker’s growing portfolio of boutique hotels and restaurants.
Thu., July 9, 2015, 2:04 p.m.
Jerry Dicker, a prominent developer credited with helping breathe new life into downtown Spokane’s entertainment scene, is moving his company’s headquarters into the building formerly occupied by Dempsey’s Brass Rail …
Sun., June 28, 2015
They drank a lot of water. They wrapped their heads with wet towels. They sat in the shade close to fans and misting stations. Some found sanctuary between games in …
Wed., June 17, 2015
From our archives, 100 years ago A divorce filing in Oklahoma had Spokane readers buzzing. The wife of R.T. Daniel, owner of many downtown Spokane business blocks, was suing him …
Sun., June 7, 2015
Monday noon will kick off the 13th annual Spokane Street Music Week, and the stars appear to be gloriously aligned. And by stars I mean those local TV meteorologists.
Wed., April 22, 2015
Spokane police hope the state Liquor Control Board will continue to ban the sale of certain high-alcohol beverages in the downtown area, though department data about its effectiveness is limited. …
Thu., April 9, 2015
Youthful yelps of delight and discovery echoed from Spokane Public Library’s third floor Wednesday as children explored Mobius Science Center’s exhibits in its new, temporary location. The uncommon library sounds …
Wed., April 8, 2015
Officials at Riverfront Park hope to crack down on vandalism by increasing the hours security officers patrol during the summer. It’s part of a larger push to boost park security …
Fri., March 27, 2015
Wendell Reugh, a prominent Spokane property owner and developer, died Sunday at age 86. Reugh rose from an office equipment salesman to residential contractor to major building owner through the …
Sun., March 15, 2015
The weather looked so dreary Saturday morning that Mary Eberle offered to take her four boys to the grocery store for candy instead of heading down to the parade and …
Sat., March 14, 2015, 4:18 p.m.
The sky above downtown Spokane dried just as the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade was about to begin Saturday, allowing a noticeably thinner crowd to put their umbrellas down as …
Sun., Feb. 8, 2015
I’ve never met Kim Spain. Don’t know anything about her or what sort of dynamics, family or otherwise, she might be going through.
Sat., Feb. 7, 2015
Daniel G. Spain’s mother told police that her 25-year-old son’s goal is to become a serial killer, prosecuting attorney Kyle Treece said in court Friday, as Spain was charged with …
Tue., Feb. 3, 2015
Bigger digs for the Spokane Ag Expo this year means more room for a variety of technological innovations. “It’s not just about the tractors,” said David Dobbins, president of the …
Sat., Oct. 11, 2014
From our archives, 100 years ago The front page headline doesn’t seem that earthshaking: “N.P. Grade Separation Work Awarded; To Begin at Once.”
Sat., Oct. 4, 2014, 10:55 p.m.
For weeks they painted, transforming the landscape under five downtown Spokane railroad bridges.
Fri., Sept. 19, 2014
Who has precedence on Spokane’s sidewalks: pedestrians or people waiting for the bus at the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza? Downtown business interests posed that question Monday in an email to …
Wed., Aug. 20, 2014
From our archives, 100 years ago Four men filed complaints with police about two “lady barbers” in Spokane who allegedly overcharged them for extra services.
Tue., July 22, 2014
As Randy Keller loaded pieces of the Parkade Plaza Fountain into the back of his company truck, he reminisced about the days when the fountain was a downtown Spokane attraction. …
Fri., July 11, 2014
The dreaded parking boot is back. Spokane city officials brought out the boot Thursday to show what’s waiting for parking ticket scofflaws when they get caught parking downtown again.
Thu., July 10, 2014, 12:57 p.m.
More than nine months after starting construction, Spokane hotelier Walt Worthy now has a formal name for his new convention center hotel.
Wed., July 9, 2014
A three-story brick building on the east end of downtown Spokane is being renovated into ground floor commercial space and eight new apartments on the upper floors. The project is …