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Family practice opens on South Hill

Hartwig Health PS, a family practice operated by Dr. R. Kim Hartwig, has opened its doors on Spokane’s South Hill.

Hartwig is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Medicine. Until recently she worked with Providence Health.

She’s taking 1,800 square feet in the Quail Run Office Park building at 2204 E. 29th Ave.

Brokering the lease for Hartwig were Jon Jeffries and Brian Anderson, both of NAI Black, and Matthew Byrd of Cornerstone Property Advisors, for the landlord, Sonneland Commercial Properties.

Health spa opens in Coeur d’Alene

Slick Rock Tanning & Spa is opening its second Idaho location in the Super Supplements Mall in Coeur d’Alene. The spa is at the northwest corner of U.S. Highway 95 and Neider Avenue.

Its original location in Post Falls will continue operating. The business offers hydration, red-light skin therapy, hydro-massage, infrared sauna and UV tanning.

The owners are Paige Kaplan and her husband, Adam Kaplan. It will operate seven days a week.

Advanced Fire Systems relocates

Advanced Fire Systems will move into a bigger warehouse in July, having purchased a building at 3518 E. Everett Ave., in north Spokane.

The company, operated by Melissa Skelton, installs fire suppression systems for commercial, industrial and residential projects.

It paid $260,000 for the building, which has 6,360 square feet of space. Advanced Fire Systems has operated out of 1606 E. Holyoke Ave.

The seller was the Crabtree Trust. Brokering the deal were Mark Lucas and Tracy Lucas, of Kiemle & Hagood.

Anthony’s plans South Hill opening

Anthony’s Restaurants will open its second Spokane location at the new Regal Plaza at Palouse, at the intersection of South Regal Street and Palouse Highway.

The new site is near the Target store due to open in July. Anthony’s officials say it will be called the Anthony’s Beach Cafe. It’s scheduled to open in October. Dave Black is developer of the retail plaza.

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