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Pemco Inusrance plans expansion of Spokane Valley office

Pemco Insurance is planning an expansion of its office at the River View Corporate Center in Spokane Valley.

Pemco will expand into an unused fourth-floor suite to create a 9,000-square-foot office in the building at 16201 E. Indiana Ave., according to building permits filed with the city.

Project improvements total more than $335,000, according to the permits.

Bloch Properties LLC, which owns several shopping centers in Seattle, purchased the River View Corporate Center in May for $37.9 million from notable Spokane developer and hotelier Walt Worthy.

General contractor for the project is Spokane-based Clearwater Summit Group Inc. The architect for the expansion is Bellevue-based Haynes Wilson Lund Architects LLC.

Pemco Insurance was founded in 1949 by Robert J. Handy. The company has since grown to become a large provider of auto, home, boat and umbrella insurance in the Northwest.

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