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Whitewater Creek plans $1.6 million apartment complex in Coeur d’Alene

Craig Mercilliott of Illustrated Business Card and Sign worked to put up a few signs in front of Kathleen Corners in Coeur d'Alene in September 2005. The 60 family housing rental units were built by Whitewater Creek Inc., a Hayden-based construction and development company that has brought hundreds of low-income and affordable apartments to North Idaho. The company recently received a permit to build a 20-unit, $1.6 million apartment complex in Coeur d’Alene. (Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)
Craig Mercilliott of Illustrated Business Card and Sign worked to put up a few signs in front of Kathleen Corners in Coeur d'Alene in September 2005. The 60 family housing rental units were built by Whitewater Creek Inc., a Hayden-based construction and development company that has brought hundreds of low-income and affordable apartments to North Idaho. The company recently received a permit to build a 20-unit, $1.6 million apartment complex in Coeur d’Alene. (Kathy Plonka / The Spokesman-Review)

Permits for a 20-unit, $1.6 million apartment complex in Coeur d’Alene were issued this week, according to city permit data.

The complex at 3855 N. Hudson Circle is being developed as affordable housing by Whitewater Creek Inc., a Hayden-based construction and development company that has brought hundreds of low-income and affordable apartments to North Idaho.

The company, started in 1994 by Maryann and Todd Prescott, has built units in Idaho and Washington, including: the $5 million, 60-unit Kathleen Corners affordable units built in 2005 in Coeur d’Alene, units in the Riverstone mixed-use community near the Spokane River, and apartments close to the CrossRoads Coeur d’Alene retail center that contains WinCo Foods.

The company also has built apartments in Spokane and Sandpoint.

According to permits, ZBA Architecture designed the project, and AHBL Inc. performed the structural engineering. Whitewater Creek owns the property and is the project’s general contractor.

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