Stories tagged: Greenstone
UPDATED: Wed., July 26, 2017, 2:54 p.m.
National Night Out Against Crime comes to West Central on Tuesday
Spokane C.O.P.S. West, the West Central Neighborhood Council and Greenstone will co-host National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday.
Fri., April 28, 2017, 6 a.m.
Jim Frank’s Kendall Yards development arose from vision, patience and luck
How Jim Frank’s development company – Greenstone Corp. – gained control of Kendall Yards, the former industrial site perched above the Spokane River, is a classic case of entrepreneurial patience. …
Fri., April 28, 2017, 12:06 a.m.
Kendall Yards developer sees ‘enormous potential’ for residential neighborhood on downtown’s east end
Could another Spokane site magically morph into a thriving urban neighborhood like Kendall Yards is? Developer Jim Frank believes so. He sees “enormous potential” for the east end of downtown, …
UPDATED: Mon., March 20, 2017, 6:42 p.m.
Next phase of Kendall Yards features apartments, parking and office space on bluff overlooking Spokane River
A mixed-use development with apartments, shops, office space and parking is next big project planned for Kendall Yards.
Sun., Oct. 26, 2014
Work begins on Highline II Greenstone Corp. has started work on the Highline II building in Kendall Yards west of downtown Spokane.
Fri., Aug. 22, 2014
Spokane giving smaller home lots a tryout
Affordable homes on smaller, urban lots. That’s how Jim Frank is succeeding in the coveted mixed-use Kendall Yards development on the north edge of the Spokane River gorge. Frank said …
Sat., Aug. 9, 2014
Kendall Yards an instant hit
Spokane’s mixed-use Kendall Yards development has become so successful that would-be homebuyers or renters have to get in line. Vacancies or available homes are months out. The list of would-be …
Sun., Sept. 29, 2013
Here’s the Dirt: Liberty Mutual plans expansion
Liberty Mutual Insurance is expanding its Liberty Lake operations.
Thu., Sept. 29, 2011
Grocery store proposed for Kendall Yards
Kendall Yards is bringing home the bacon. Bread and produce, too.
Wed., Aug. 10, 2011
City votes to amend Kendall Yards deal
Tax subsidies will flow to Kendall Yards even if the developer of the 78-acre project does not seek public bids on construction of streets, sewers and other public infrastructure, as …
Thu., July 21, 2011
Utility tax in Liberty Lake questioned
The City of Liberty Lake has been collecting a six percent utility tax on telephones, electricity, gas and cable since the beginning of the year. The decision behind this was …
Fri., April 29, 2011
Bidding issue complicates Kendall Yards agreement
Developers of the highly anticipated Kendall Yards project violated an agreement with the city that allows the project to receive tax subsidies to build streets, sewers and other infrastructure. Greenstone …
Fri., Sept. 24, 2010
Here’s the Dirt: Liberty Lake lots have natural neighbor
A new housing development on Liberty Lake will be backed up by a big chunk of land that will remain natural and open to the public. Twelve homes are planned …
Fri., Aug. 27, 2010
Here’s the Dirt: South Hill gaining medical building
A foot-and-ankle specialist and dentist will occupy a two-story office building just under construction at 3707 S. Grand Blvd. The $2 million building will encompass 8,700 square feet on the …
Thu., July 8, 2010
Construction starts on Kendall Yards
Ide Avenue west of Monroe Street is closed to traffic starting Thursday until an undetermined date due to development of the Kendall Yards site.
Thu., Nov. 12, 2009
Kendall Yards buyer touts range of housing options
A venerable home builder is bringing new hope to a stalled downtown Spokane development project. Greenstone Corp. has purchased the Kendall Yards property with plans to build a waterfront neighborhood …
Thu., Oct. 22, 2009
River plan passes
The River District Specific Area Plan passed the Liberty Lake City Council Tuesday night after council member Neal Olander waged a futile, last-ditch campaign to increase park sizes in the …
Thu., Oct. 8, 2009
Liberty Lake moves closer on River District
Months of discussion came to a head Tuesday night as the Liberty Lake City Council made final decisions on several sticking points in the River District Specific Area proposed by …
Thu., Sept. 17, 2009
Liberty Lake wants parks, but how many?
The number and size of parks in the River District was again the topic of discussion at Tuesday’s Liberty Lake City Council meeting as the council takes the final steps …
Thu., Sept. 3, 2009
Parks deal altered
Tuesday night’s public hearing at the Liberty Lake council meeting was mostly a rehash of unresolved issues between the city and Greenstone on the River District Specific Area Plan, but …
Thu., Aug. 20, 2009
Liberty Lake council hears divergent views on River District
Liberty Lake City Council members spent hours Tuesday discussing the proposed Specific Area Plan for the River District with city staff and representatives from Greenstone, the project developer. Greenstone representative …
Sat., July 11, 2009
Council gets look at Special Area Plan
After a year of discussion and negotiation, the Liberty Lake City Council got its first look at a Special Area Plan for the River District north of Interstate 90. The …
Sat., June 6, 2009
Council reiterates desire for input on spending taxes
Spending tax money collected in Liberty Lake’s River District was again the topic of discussion at this week’s City Council meeting as council members voted unanimously to approve a resolution …
Sat., April 11, 2009
Tax money at center of feud
The question of who has control of property tax money collected in the River District development in northwest Liberty Lake is causing conflict between the city of Liberty Lake, Spokane …
Thu., March 5, 2009
Council awards money to Valley HUB
The Liberty Lake City Council handled its few items of business quickly and efficiently Tuesday, voting to award some money to the Valley HUB and declaring old library shelves surplus. …
Wed., Aug. 6, 2008
Housing won’t go to poor
Nearly 250 vacant homes on the West Plains will see new life as rental dwellings, but not as low-income housing as two Spokane nonprofits and an area homebuilder first proposed. …