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The Dirt: Large delivery center planned for former Lowe’s site in north Spokane

The former site of a Lowe’s Home Improvement store on North Division Street could be transformed into a large warehouse and delivery center, according to a preliminary application filed with the city.

Seattle-based architecture firm MG2 filed an application to convert the former Lowe’s at 6902 N. Division St. into a 116,000-square-foot delivery center with a 9,600-square-foot office.

Site plans also show a parking lot for 117 associate parking spaces and 68 van/fleet parking spaces, in addition to five semi-truck bays south of the proposed delivery center.

The application also indicates a 4-acre parcel of land at 6720 N. Division St. will be used as an off-site parking lot.

The project valuation is estimated at $15 million, according to the application.

Spokane developer Harlan Douglass is the property owner.

Wonder Building to get new restaurantA new restaurant is coming to Wonder Spokane, according to an application filed with the city.

Spokane-based Yost Gallagher Construction filed an application to renovate a 1,561-square-foot space into a restaurant, Tavolata Mini, in the Wonder Building at 835 N. Post St.

The application filed last week did not provide additional details about the restaurant. It’s unclear if Tavolata Mini is a project of Ethan Stowell Restaurants, which operates two Tavolata Italian restaurants in the Seattle area.

Ethan Stowell Restaurants did not respond to a request for comment.

Spokane-based Design Source is the project architect.

Wonder Spokane, which opened in the former Continental Baking Co. factory in November, is home to High Tide Lobster Bar, Evans Bros. Coffee Roasters, Bean & Pie and Rover, a Seattle-based dog-sitting startup, and other tenants.

Building permits filed for Krueger

Sheet Metal manufacturing facility in Spokane Valley

Construction is moving forward for Krueger Sheet Metal’s proposed manufacturing facility and warehouse in Spokane Valley.

The Spokane-based company recently applied for a building permit to construct a 60,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and warehouse at 18420 N. Garland Ave. in Spokane Valley’s northeast industrial area.

The project valuation is $650,000, according to the permit application.

Krueger Sheet Metal, a family-owned business, has offices in Seattle and Spokane. The company installs sheet metal, roofing and metal siding for commercial, residential and artistic projects.

Brandt Krueger Properties LLC purchased the 7-acre site for $550,133 in October 2019, according to the Spokane County Assessor’s Office.

The project contractor is Spokane Valley-based Divcon Inc. The project architect is Architectural Ventures, also of Spokane Valley.

Spokane Allergy & Asthma Clinic relocating to Rock Pointe Corporate CenterSpokane Allergy & Asthma Clinic is moving to the Rock Pointe Corporate Center, according to an application filed with the city.

Rock Point West LLC filed an application to renovate a 9,900-square-foot space in the corporate center at 1330 N. Washington St., Suite 4200, to make way for the clinic.

Newman Lake-based Carpita Construction LLC is the project contractor.

The project architect is Spokane Valley-based Architectural Ventures. The project valuation is $450,000, according to the application.

Spokane Allergy & Asthma Clinic is located at 508 W. Sixth Ave., Suite 700, in the Qualmed Building, which will be converted into a mixed-use building with apartments, according to city documents.

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