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VA set to lease U-District building for mental health services

An office building in the University District a short distance from Rockwood Clinic is being remodeled at an estimated cost of $850,000, and has been leased to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for mental health counseling services.

The 6,000-square-foot building at 504 E. Second Ave. is being renovated by Spokane Valley-based Meridian Construction. The building is owned by Mark D’Agostino, who owns Meridian, and John Pariseau, who owns WIN Partners, a regional angel investment company.

The remodeling project is still underway,with the VA expected to take occupancy in January.

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