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Trucking service center being built on West Plains

Treva Lind Correspondent

Construction is underway on a trucking industry service facility along Interstate 90 on the West Plains, at Exit 272.

An outlet of the national Speedco chain is entering the Spokane market to offer tire services, quick lube and other maintenance work for commercial trucks in both small and large fleets. The 13,500-square-foot facility, at 10916 W. Westbow Blvd., is set to open this summer with more than a dozen employees.

Baker Construction & Development, of Spokane, is building the retail outlet, which has an estimated $1 million project value. The shell is up, and construction workers are doing interior framing and site improvements.

Speedco Inc. is a wholly owned indirect subsidiary of Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations LLC, a business unit of Bridgestone Americas Inc. under parent tire and rubber company Bridgestone Corp. Speedco has 51 U.S. locations.

Mayfair medical offices to be rebuilt after ’13 fire

A $2 million project to construct a medical office building is planned at 5905 N. Mayfair St.

City of Spokane records note that the project will rebuild the Mayfair Professional Building, which held several medical offices and collapsed in 2013 after a three-alarm fire. The new facility will be built at the same location, just north of Providence Holy Family Hospital.

McCloskey Construction Inc., of Spokane, is listed as the contractor for the 12,300-square-foot, two-story structure.

The project owner is Spokane-based Mayfair Professional Building LLC, which lists principal owner Jeff K. Johnson, president of Black Commercial. Spokane Occupational & Hand Therapy is included under the project’s title with the city.

Valley Naturopathic moving to N. Argonne

Valley Naturopathic & Acupuncture has leased new space in Spokane Valley for a move from a nearby location. The health care provider expects to open for clients on Monday in a 1,350-square-foot office at 505 N. Argonne Road.

Ryan Towner and Chris Bell, both of Black Commercial, assisted with the transaction.

E-cigarette retailer

to open Valley store

E-cigarette retailer EVT Inc., doing business as Sublime Vapor, has leased 1,200 square feet in the Sullivan Town Center in Spokane Valley.

The shop, at 328 N. Sullivan Road, is Sublime’s third location in the Inland Northwest.

Colin Conway and Chad Carper of Kiemle & Hagood represented the landlord. Chris Siemens, of Windermere Commercial, represented the tenant.

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