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Clinic to open in Perry District

Community Health Association of Spokane (CHAS) has leased space for a new health services clinic in the Perry Plaza in the South Perry Neighborhood.

It will use the 5,900 square feet there for its 11th health clinic in the area. The nonprofit provider plans to open the Perry clinic in March.

Its location sits between the HiCo Center and Two Wheel Transit.

The clinic will have eight exam rooms, a procedures room and a pharmacy.

Mike King and Stephen Pohl, both of NAI Black, arranged the lease with the property owner, Larry McWilliams, a Seattle resident.

New sports bar in Painted Hills area

Scott and Deanna Reckord, who operate the Sullivan Scoreboard Bar and Grill, will open a new sports bar and pub in the former Painted Hills Golf Course clubhouse, at 4403 S. Dishman-Mica Road. They call the business the Clubhouse at Painted Hills.

Developer Dave Black, who bought the golf course in 2013 following a bankruptcy by the previous owners, said he has not yet submitted a development plan for new residential units in the 30-acre parcel.

Scott Reckord said Black’s plans are the reason why he’s optimistic about the new eatery.

“There’s really no other place out here for the residents who are coming into this area,” Scott Reckord said.

The lunch fare will be traditional pub offerings. Evening meals will offer a range of standard sports bar menu items, he said.

The Reckords hope to open by Jan. 1.

Kaitlin Caudle and Bryan Walker, of NAI Black, helped broker the lease.

Harmony Yoga branches out

Alison Rubin, owner of Harmony Yoga, has added a new yoga salon at 707 N. Cedar Ave., in the Pelican Building.

Rubin, who’s taught yoga for 30 years, said the center will reach out to residents in West Central and the growing Kendall Yards community.

The 540-square-foot center will offer classes seven days a week, with eight teachers. For schedules, go to

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