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North 40 Outfitters moves forward with plans for new retail location in Airway Heights

North 40 Outfitters is moving forward with plans to build a retail location on the West Plains.

The farm and ranch retailer is building a $6.5 million, 95,000-square-foot development at 9646 W. U.S. Highway 2 in Airway Heights, according to an application filed last month with the city.

The development will include a 75,600-square-foot retail building, a 1,000-square-foot space for offices, a lunch room and lockers, and a 12,800-square-foot warehouse, according to the application.

Great Falls-based SIWAHH2 LLC – the project applicant – purchased the 16-acre site for more than $2.2 million in June, according to the Spokane County Assessor’s Office.

Coeur d’Alene-based Young Construction Group is the project contractor. H2A Architects is designing the project.

North 40 Outfitters sells farm and ranch supplies, auto accessories, apparel, hunting gear, tools and home and garden products. It has stores in Mead, Spokane and Coeur d’Alene.

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