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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