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The Dirt: NNI, Clean Pros, Manito Tap House,

Treatment group relocates office

Northwest Neurobehavioral Institute (NNI) has purchased a vacant commercial building at 1303 N. Division St. and will relocate to new offices there.

The mental health treatment group has outgrown its existing office and clinical space at 421 W. Riverside Ave., in downtown Spokane.

NNI paid $820,000 for the 9,300-square -foot building from previous owners BLK Ventures LLC.

Marc Mowrer, Erik Nelson and Chris Schreiber, all of Kiemle & Hagood, handled the transaction.

Clean Pros Inc. leases Valley site

Clean Pros Inc., a Spokane janitorial and office cleaning provider, has moved into offices at 10807 E. Montgomery Ave., in Spokane Valley.

The company also has operations in Seattle and Moses Lake.

It’s leasing 2,375 feet in the Village Square retail and commercial strip, owned by Cache Investments.

Darren Slackman, of NAI Black, helped arrange the lease.

Tap House owner plans new pub

Patrick McPherson, who launched the South Hill pub The Manito Tap House, has a second gastro-pub planned for downtown Spokane.

It will be called The Blackbird, inside the Broadview Dairy building, at 905 N. Washington St.

He said he’s taking more than 6,000 square feet in the building’s main floor, with plans for 105 seats inside, along with two banquet rooms. The outside patio likely will have 80 seats, McPherson said.

McPherson opened Manito Tap House in 2011. The Blackbird will give north Spokane customers a place to find similar food and a wide range of craft beers downtown, McPherson said.

The building is on the Spokane register of historic structures. It’s owned by the Barbieri family.

McPherson said kitchen and floor plan designs will be provided by Bargreen Ellingson and Austin Dickey, of Spokane firm Copeland Architecture & Construction.

He intends to have around 50 employees at the new location.

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