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The Dirt: Nicks Handmade Boots moving into old Display House on East Sprague

Nicks Handmade Boots, a Spokane company since 1964, plans to move in May into a renovated building at 6510 E. Sprague, formerly The Display House.

The Dirt: Trader Joe’s to open new store Friday on North Division

Trader Joe’s opens its second Spokane grocery this Friday on North Division.

The Dirt: ‘Heritage’ Denny’s under construction in north Spokane

Construction starts this month on a Denny’s restaurant in north Spokane that will have a new design scheme with wood tones and earthy textures.

Trucking service center being built on West Plains

Construction is underway for a trucking industry service facility along Interstate 90 on the West Plains, at Exit 272.

New Red Lion opens atop Sunset Hill

After a nine-month renovation, the former Spokane House Hotel atop Sunset Hill has opened as Red Lion Inn & Suites Spokane.

The Dirt: Commercial real estate deals unfold in Spokane Valley

Spokane business M3K LLC has purchased the Opportunity Shopping Center, at 12025 and 12109 E. Sprague Ave., for $5.3 million. It’s an investment purchase for M3K owner Fred Lopez, who …

The Dirt: Outback Steakhouse draws diners to NorthTown, hot tub dealer opens in Valley

Outback Steakhouse has opened in a renovated space at NorthTown Mall, part of the shopping center’s redeveloped north concourse.

The Dirt: Work starts on CdA Boys & Girls Club

A $3.2 million project has started to build a Boys & Girls Club on the east side of Coeur d’Alene.

The Dirt: Work starts on hotel near Sacred Heart; North Side Denny’s planned

Workers are grading a large lot near Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center as plans to take shape for the construction of a six-story Hampton Inn & Suites this spring.

The Dirt: Spokane school projects to start; Habitat Store on the move

North Central High School and Salk Middle School building projects are set to begin in March and the Habit Store is moving to East Trent.

The Dirt: Law firm to move into historic Spokane warehouse

A law firm will move into the Cold Storage Warehouse in downtown Spokane.

The Dirt: Silverwood to renovate, upgrade RV park

Silverwood Theme Park plans to spend $600,000 to renovate its RV park, located across U.S. Highway 95 from its main attractions.

The Dirt: Idaho engineering company expands into Spokane

Meridian, Idaho-based civil engineering firm T-O Engineers has expanded into Washington with its first outlet in Spokane.

The Dirt: Remodeling of Mobius’ new location to begin

A $1.1 million remodeling project is expected to start next month for Mobius Science Center’s new location at 331 N. Post St.

The Dirt: Numerica opening Post Falls branch

Numerica opening Post Falls branch and downtown lunch spot “Fred’s” has new owner.

The Dirt: Deaconess Hospital and Yokes Fresh Market involved in million-dollar projects

Deaconess Hospital is starting a $3 million project for cosmetic upgrades on second, fourth, ninth and 10th floors.

The Dirt: Newtech Skills Center gets $9 million upgrade

Another phase of construction at Newtech Skills Center is scheduled to start next week to modernize the facility’s original structure. Newtech, 4141 N. Regal, offers career and technical training for …

The Dirt: New townhouses near Gonzaga; bagel shop opening downtown

A six-unit townhouse project is under construction at 815 E. Sharp Ave., near the Gonzaga University campus. City building records list an estimated project value of $1 million. Greg and …

The Dirt: Cedar Village apartment complex sold

North Spokane apartments and the Paulsen among the region’s commercial real estate deals

UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 24, 2015, 9:49 p.m.

The Dirt: Hagadone tower to rise 12 stories in downtown Coeur d’Alene

Hagadone Hospitality’s proposed new hotel tower in downtown Coeur d’Alene would rise 12 stories above Sherman Avenue.

UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 10, 2015, 7:15 p.m.

The Dirt: Cracker Barrel, a barbecue restaurant and a new Trader Joe’s slated to open in region

Cracker Barrel and Dickey’s Barbecue Pit slated for Spokane Valley while Trader Joe’s is cleared to build a grocery in North Spokane

UPDATED: Sat., Oct. 3, 2015, 7:30 p.m.

The Dirt: Iron Goat Brewing moving downtown; dentist, gyms leasing new space

The Dirt: Iron Goat Brewing moving downtown; dentist, gyms leasing new space

The Dirt: Wm. Winkler Co. expands Newman Lake headquarters

Wm. Winkler Co., a local concrete construction contractor, is expanding its headquarters in the Newman Lake area with construction of a second building. The project is building the footings, foundation …

The Dirt: Dania Furniture eager to show off renovated building

A three-year historical renovation project will wrap up soon for the more than 100-year-old downtown Spokane building that’s home to Dania Furniture. Employees expect to hold a grand reopening sometime …

The Dirt: Method Juice, Union Studios expanding

The Union Studios, a yoga and spin fitness center in downtown Spokane, will open a second studio on the North Side along with another outlet of Method Juice Cafe. The …

The Dirt: Kalispels to open second Fatburger

The Kalispel Tribe will open a Fatburger food franchise in the fall at the Five Mile Shopping Center, 1902 W. Francis Ave.