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$45 million residential complex below Hamilton Street overpass in works

A 267-unit, four-building residential complex may be built along Martin Luther King Jr. Way below the Hamilton Street overpass, according to documents filed with the city.

The $45 million project, River Bend Development, would be built in phases between MLK Way and the Spokane River. One of the tallest buildings, at seven floors, would stand at the three-way intersection of MLK Way and Erie Street. Another seven-story building will stand to the west, on the other side of the overpass.

The units would be a mix of studio, and one- and two-bedroom apartments. In all, the buildings would have nearly 75,000 square feet of space, and the development would have 250 parking spaces.

The estimated start date for the work is April 2020, but the project is in predevelopment conference with the city and has not been officially approved.

The property is owned by Sagamore Spokane LLL, which is based in Phoenix.

The project is being designed by Rustin Hall with Spokane’s ALSC Architects.

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