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The Dirt: Airport Marriott property in planning stages

A hotel developer plans to build a Marriott Springfield Suites at Spokane International Airport.

Tharaldson Hospitality Management, based in Decatur, Illinois, has discussed with airport officials a proposal to construct a four-story hotel with 110 rooms on a 2.6-acre site near the airport terminal.

The site is north of the two parking garages in an asphalt area between the exit plaza and outbound Airport Drive, airport spokesman Todd Woodard said. Because the developer is in the early stages of planning, a timeline isn’t yet available.

Tharaldson Hospitality plans to lease the land from the airport for 30 years, with one 20-year renewal option. Led by businessman Gary Tharaldson, the hospitality management company owns and operates just over 30 hotels in 14 states, with several properties scheduled to open this year in the U.S.

Chiropractic, therapy practice plans Valley location

Construction of a chiropractic and physical therapy building is planned in Spokane Valley.

The $1.8 million project for Spine Team Spokane calls for a 12,400-square-foot structure at 1123 N. Evergreen Road, based on building permit information.

T.W. Clark, of Spokane Valley, is the project’s general contractor.

Spine Team Spokane specializes in non-surgical treatment of back and neck pain, according to a business website.

Downtown building sold as investment property

A downtown Spokane building has sold as an investment property.

The 2,300-square-foot structure with office space, the Jockey Club Building at 115 N. Washington St., was purchased for $1 million by Bellingham Condo Investments LLC.

The seller was Legacy Interests LLC. Mark McLees, of Black Commercial, assisted with the transaction.

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