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The Dirt: Auto repair shop opens in Spokane

Auto repair shop opens in Spokane

Tiffany McKeown and Duane Ruegsegger have opened Carcraft Automotive, a full-service repair shop, at 3105 N. Nevada Ave. in North Spokane.

They’ve taken over the spot of Martin Motors.

This is the first business operated by Ruegsegger and McKeown.

McKeown’s father, Dave Kokinda, is the shop’s chief repair technician. It’s open Monday through Saturday.

Vic Overholser of SDS Realty and Erik Nelson of Kiemle & Hagood brokered the lease.

Pullman firm expands

Relay Application Innovation, a Pullman company that designs power-system protective relays, is moving into new offices in the Palouse Business Center in Pullman.

It’s taking 12,000 square feet in a building under construction in the business park, at 895 S.E. Clearwater Drive.

Spokane-based Brown Contracting and Development is the general contractor. The office was designed by Design West Architects. The Palouse Business Center is a 43-acre commercial complex managed by Pullman-based KIP Development.

NDM Technologies finds new home

NDM Technologies (formerly Network Design Management) has moved across the street to a new suite in the Chase Bank building at 601 W. Main Ave. in downtown Spokane.

NDM Technologies is leasing 3,000 square feet of space in Suite 1104.

Erik Nelson represented the tenant, and Marc Mowrer and Ryan Walters represented the owner. All three are with Kiemle & Hagood.

Silicon Valley tech firm opens office

Egnyte, a California-based tech company, has opened its first Eastern Washington office by leasing 5,000 square feet in the Pring Center, 15404 E. Springfield Ave., in Spokane Valley.

The company, based in Silicon Valley, provides a variety of storage and data file sharing services for businesses.

Marc Mowrer of Kiemle & Hagood and Jon Jeffreys of NAI Black brokered the lease.

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