Four large townhomes will be built in Spokane’s Logan neighborhood on a vacant lot occupied by a small house until 2017, according to city permits.
The $730,000 project will put the two-story, four-bedroom townhomes on a 0.16-acre lot at 228 E. Baldwin. Each will be 1,500 square feet.
Through their company, Baldwin Fours LLC, owners Gregory and Celestine Kuntz, purchased the home and property in December 2016 for $45,800. A year later, the existing home was demolished.
The couple is doing similar infill work near Mission Park at 930 E. Sharp Ave., where they’re building a three-story townhouse with six large units. They purchased that property in July for $385,000 through a company, Columbus Rows. City documents value the townhouse project at nearly $1.23 million.
The couple is acting as the project’s general contractor, according to city documents.
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