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Bank to move Valley branch

U.S. Bank will move its Spokane Valley office to 9109 E. Appleway Blvd., with a grand opening set for March 26. It opens for business on March 17.

The current Valley branch is nearby at 9208 E. Sprague Ave., at the intersection of Sprague and Mullan Road.

The new branch will provide enhanced individual and business customer services, said Linda Elkin, regional president for U.S. Bank.

“We will have a full business banking operation which we are very excited about, given the dynamic small business community that makes the Spokane Valley such a vibrant city for entrepreneurs and commerce,” Elkin said in a news release.

U.S. Bank’s new location is the former AmericanWest Bank Valley Financial Center.

Achieve Center plans to relocate

The Achieve Center of Spokane is moving into 4,144 square feet of the Schade Towers, 528 E. Spokane Falls Blvd.

The move provides more space for the company, which provides pediatric speech, physical and occupational therapy, primarily for young children.

Its previous Spokane office was at 524 W. Indiana Ave.

Achieve Center also has an office in Wenatchee. Between the two offices, it employs 30 therapists and office workers.

Guy Byrd of Cornerstone Property Advisors, and Jeff McGougan of NAI Black Commercial, brokered the lease.

Wingstop plans Spokane eatery

Wingstop, a Texas-based chain of fried chicken restaurants, will open its first Spokane eatery within the next two months.

The local operators are moving into a space at 9333 N. Newport Highway, near the Northpointe Shopping Center.

The Coeur d’Alene Wingstop, on Government Way, opened in 2007.

As the name suggests, the Wingstop menu has assorted chicken wings served with various sauces.

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