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Monday, April 6, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Office building revamp to benefit Passages Family Support addiction-recovery organization

A $700,000 renovation of a building just off Sunset Boulevard in west Spokane will remake nearly 34,000 square feet of office space, according to permits filed with the city.

The project at 1700 S. Assembly Road will improve the second and third floor of an existing office building for Passages Family Support, a mental health organization that supports people in addiction recovery.

The building also houses Kraton Management Co, a real estate agency, and Financial Partners Inc.

The building, built in 1997, is owned by Arger Sunset, which is part of Arger Real Estate based in Spokane Valley. The building is assessed at nearly $8.5 million and sits on 4 acres of land, according to county property data.

The general contractor on the project is RJS Construction, of Yakima. It was designed by Uptic Studios, which is based in Spokane.

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