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The 100-unit Tuscan Ridge development has long been in the planning stages, but the owner of the 23 acres where the housing cluster would be built now says power pole work by the utility three years ago has caused erosion that makes the project impossible.
A proposed new detox center that agreed to install a security system, host an annual barbecue and decorate for the holidays to appease its Spokane Valley neighbors, had their application for a permit denied.
A new development with 34 duplex buildings and a single family residence could be coming West Terrace neighborhood south of the Spokane Airport, a move which has already angered some neighbors.
The newly released Tom Hanks biopic, “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” underscores the important, calming and confident role Fred Rogers, aka Mister Rogers, played in the lives of children.
Larry Stone’s 22-story residential tower could make it the tallest building in Spokane, reaching higher than the 20-story, 288-foot tall Bank of America Financial Center.
Much of Spokane’s downtown railroad and industrial infrastructure was removed in preparation for Expo ’74. But some areas weren’t ready for redevelopment until after Spokane’s big moment on the world stage.
The Spokane Airport board of directors voted Thursday to oppose Initiative 976, joining the board of the West Plains Development Authority, which officially registered its opposition last week.
The designated area in Spokane where manufacturers can qualify for tax breaks and incentives was significantly expanded Monday, after approval by the state Department of Commerce.
After talks were held up over disagreements on revenue sharing, Spokane County Commissioners agreed to split their share of the revenue from two public development authorities equally, and join the University District in a vote last week.
Broadway Orchards LLC has filed plans with the city of Spokane Valley to build a more than $12 million apartment complex.
When John Stone set foot on the site of a former sawmill near the Spokane River, he saw an opportunity to transform the land into a lifestyle center, a “town within a town” that provides its residents with restaurants and shops.
With bills unpaid, utilities shut off and the passage of at least six months since any permits have been issued, Rob Brewster said he hasn’t over-promised or under-delivered on a series of high-profile projects that were to be a vindication of sorts for the developer, who fell from grace as Spokane’s wunderkind developer in 2013, after he filed for bankruptcy protection and moved to Seattle.
The Spokane Gun Club has filed preliminary permits with Spokane County to build a new location on the West Plains.
When the Post Falls Factory Outlets opened in 1991, city officials and business leaders stated it would bring economic prosperity to the region. But as the Great Recession created a ripple effect in the retail industry, the once bustling outlet mall lost most of its tenants and became a nearly vacant ghost town. That’s changed.
Everyone agrees we need affordable housing and services for the poor. Everyone has, they assure everyone else, a heart for the suffering among us. And everyone concludes, over and over again, that right next to them is simply not the right place.
A former Sears store at the Silver Lake Mall in Coeur d’Alene is undergoing renovation to potentially house two new tenants, Planet Fitness and a Flying Squirrel Trampoline Park.
Rockville, Maryland-based Choice Hotels International Inc. is expanding its Cambria Hotels brand to Washington state, with the first property under development on the West Plains.
Construction was completed in May on two buildings, which now house The Mix Salon and Day Spa and Hello Sugar. Both businesses celebrated grand openings in earlier this month.
A plot of land known as the KXLY site is slated is slated to be turned into apartments, retail shopping, parking lots and soccer field improvements with a few years.
The top floor of the 121-year-old Hotel Aberdeen building in downtown Spokane is being renovated into three apartments, according to permits issued by the city.