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  • SUNDAY, DEC. 4, 2016, 7 P.M.

    Spokane’s senior housing market remains tight

    Spokane has a high occupancy rate for senior housing units, close to 96 percent based on recent data, compared with a national average of about 90 percent.


  • SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 2011

    Talks on senior housing stall

    A feud is simmering on tree-lined Walnut Road just north of Sprague Avenue. On one side is St. John Vianney Roman Catholic Church, which wants to rezone property it owns …


  • THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 2011

    Church zone change delayed

    After more than an hour of public testimony Tuesday night, the Spokane Valley City Council heeded neighborhood concerns about a proposed zone change requested by St. John Vianney Catholic Church …


  • THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 2011

    Panel suggests ‘no’ vote on church zone plan

    A large group of impassioned residents descended on the Spokane Valley Planning Commission meeting last week to speak for and against a proposed zone change for a parcel of land …


  • SUNDAY, FEB. 13, 2011

    A live-in experiment in senior housing

    Kathy Bryant, Spokane real estate broker, grew up an Army brat; she attended 13 schools by the eighth grade. Bryant, 55, believes it’s no accident she ended up in real …


  • FRIDAY, FEB. 11, 2011

    Apartments for seniors near completion in Valley

    Rockwood Retirement Communities, a longtime Spokane provider of senior living options, is branching into the Spokane Valley. Its nearly finished Appleway Court project, at 221 S. Farr Road, is the …


  • SATURDAY, MAY 15, 2010

    More than a store

    The two-bedroom apartment William Plew recently landed in Post Falls is right across from his son’s school. With assistance from St. Vincent de Paul of North Idaho, the 55-year-old formerly …


  • THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 2009

    ‘Hybrid’ homes cater to seniors

    Wendell and Nada Anglesey knew they wouldn’t be able to live in their split-entry home much longer, but they sure weren’t encouraged by the housing alternatives on the market. Wendell …


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