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Washington Trust to prepare more office space downtown

Washington Trust Bank is renovating three floors of the Wells Fargo building in downtown Spokane to provided more office space for the the Spokane-based banker.

Washington Trust has filed an application with the city to demolish existing elevator lobbies and build out more than 25,000 square feet of Class A professional office space across three floors of the building at Wellls Fargo building at 601 W. First Ave.

Renovations are valued at $1.5 million.

The project architect is Spokane-based Wolfe Architectural Group. The project engineer is Spokane-based L&S Engineering Associates.

Washington Trust Bank purchased the Wells Fargo 18-story building last year for $24 million. The structure is Spokane’s second-tallest building.

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