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Clear clinic opens new office

Clear Chiropractic has opened a new clinic at 2503 E. 27th Ave. on Spokane’s South Hill. The business will have an open house Monday from 5 to 7 p.m.

This will be the first Clear clinic in Eastern Washington, a release said. The company has offices in Redmond and Kirkland.

Running the clinic is owner Rachae Bell, who is a member of the International Chiropractic Pediatric and the Washington State Chiropractic associations.

New apartment complex filled

An investor group called Shelley Homestead LLC has completed a 120-unit apartment complex at 15815 E. Fourth Ave., in Spokane Valley. The work was finished this spring, and all the units have been leased as of Aug. 1, said a spokesperson.

This is the first phase of a two-phase multifamily project planned by Shelley Homestead.

Financing for the development primarily came from HomeStreet Commercial Real Estate, which has offices in Portland and Seattle. A spokesman for the bank said Shelley Homestead arranged a loan of $9.7 million for the first phase of the project.

Credit union moves to Valley

United Health Services Credit Union is building a new branch at 16402 E. Sprague Ave., near Conklin Road, in Spokane Valley.

The new full-service branch is 3,700 square feet, and includes drive-through lanes.

Longwell + Trapp Architects, PLLC are the architects.

This will be United Health Services Credit Union’s third location, and the first in Spokane Valley.

Group purchases Colville store

An investment group, Polar Enterprises LLC, has purchased the Payless Shoe store at 1384 N. Highway 395 in Colville, paying $467,000. The commercial building is 3,000 square feet.

The seller is the William S. Romano Trust.

Chris Clark and Marshall Clark of Clark Pacific Real Estate brokered the deal.

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