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Wednesday, October 23, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Rosauers adding Suncrest store

Spokane’s Rosauers Supermarkets is building a $3.1 million store in the Suncrest area in Stevens County.

The store will fill 32,000 square feet at 5912 state Route 291 near Lakeside High School.

It’s expected to be finished by December.

It will not include a pharmacy.

The store will add a seating area to be used as a Suncrest community center. It will also be the first Rosauers market to include a fuel station.

General contractor is Yost, Mooney & Pugh, with Nystrom+Olson as architects. Developer is Dave Black, of Black Suncrest LLC.

Comcast plans service center

Comcast Corp. is leasing 3,700 square feet of commercial space at 4423 N. Division St.

The building is owned by nonprofit Hutton Settlement, which operates a children’s home in Spokane Valley. Last used as a Goodyear tire outlet, the office has been vacant for roughly six years, said Mike Butler, Hutton Settlement’s administrator.

This will become Comcast’s main service outlet, said company director Ken Watts. The deal was arranged by Colin Conway of Kiemle & Hagood and Steve Ridenour and Matthew Knowles of CBRE.

Great Frame Up adds new store

Great Frame Up, a picture framing company, has leased 1,700 square feet at 8701 N. Division St., Suite B, just south of the Y.

Agents for the lease were Carl Guenzel, Erik Nelson and Colin Conway, all of Kiemle & Hagood.

Food distributor plans expansion

Core-Mark International Inc., a food and general merchandise distributor for supermarkets and convenience stores, is expanding its warehouse and center at the Spokane Business & Industrial Park.

The expansion will add 50,000 square feet to its existing 100,000- square-foot center.

Core-Mark has signed a new 15-year lease for that property with Crown West, which owns and operates the business and industrial park.

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