Schweitzer Mountain Resort plans to complete its $5 million summit lodge in December. Construction began July 2015 at the top of the Great Escape Quad lift.
The 9,000-square-foot, two-story structure will include a full-service restaurant and bar, lodge areas, group function space, and a base for the ski patrol.
Schweitzer has spent more than $900,000 toward other improvements, such as a food and beverage technology system, upgrades for the ski rental fleet and purchase of grooming equipment.
For summer mountain biking at the ski area, the resort partnered with the city of Sandpoint, the Selkirk Recreation District and private landowners to connect the recently developed Highpoint Trail with existing trails.
The new 2.8-mile trail departs from the top of Schweitzer and connects for a ride to the valley floor. It’s part of a larger multiyear plan for the Watershed Crest Trail, an eventual 30-mile loop.
Schweitzer’s property management group also is doing $75,000 in upgrades to 70 units it manages. Separately, Copper Basin and Idagon Design Build are constructing home projects at Schweitzer.
All Nations Christian Center moving
A 16-acre property has sold near U.S. Highway 195 and about 4 miles south of Interstate 90.
All Nations Christian Center paid $635,000 for the property, located at 202 E. Meadowlane Road, from the seller, the Presbytery of the Inland Northwest. All Nations Christian Center, moving from 1802 E. Pacific Ave., will relocate its church into buildings on the property and make additions.
Don Huddleston, of Village Square Realty, handled the transaction.
Pot retailer buys Valley building
Burks Works LLC, of Spokane, purchased the building where it has leased to operate Treehouse Club, a recreational marijuana retailer.
The company bought its business location property at 14421 E. Trent Ave.
Kaitlin Caudle, of Black Commercial, represented the seller, Dave Black Properties LLP.
on Appleway sold
Three property sites along Appleway Avenue in Spokane Valley have sold.
Buyer Mohmood Khokhar, of Spokane, made the purchase from seller Astar Financial for a business to be determined. The properties are at 6920, 7001 and 7002 E. Appleway Ave., near Dora Road.
Carl Guenzel, of Kiemle & Hagood, handled the transaction.
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