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More than a decade ago, two California development companies proposed a “destination resort” along the Spokane River with three hotels, a convenience store and two restaurants near the Washington and Idaho border.
California's system for paying unemployment benefits is so dysfunctional that the state approved more than $140 million for at least 20,000 prisoners, local and federal prosecutors said Tuesday, detailing a scheme that resulted in claims filed in the names of well-known convicted murderers like Scott Peterson and Cary Stayner.
Irvine, California-based design firm MG2 filed a conditional use permit application with the city to convert the 117,000-square-foot former Lowe’s store into a delivery station and a 9,600-square-foot office at 6902 N. Division St.
The Spokane City Council is set to decide Monday whether to open the door to the development of new apartment complexes on 10 acres of land between what is now the eastern dead end of 53rd Avenue and the Palouse Highway.
A residential and commercial development could be coming to the former Umpqua Bank site in downtown Spokane.
Plans are underway to transform the former Sun Dance Golf Course into a subdivision with more than 475 single-family homes.
Plans for an Amazon-like distribution facility in Spokane Valley are rapidly progressing through the city’s planning department as the unnamed company behind the project recently applied for a building permit valued at $101 million.
Lean Kitchen Co. is expanding to Spokane with plans for a store in the Manito Shopping Center on the South Hill.
If you went to the narrow strip of land at the bottom of the bend in the Spokane River just east of downtown in 1905, you would have found the new home of the Spokane Manufactured Gas Plant and the American Tar Company.
The Hayward, California-based company filed a building permit application with the city to construct a 105,600-square-foot warehouse and office on 7 acres of land at 3619 N. Barker Road.
Spokane Valley city officials began laying the groundwork more than two years ago to bring new businesses and jobs to the northeast industrial area.
The Spokane Valley City Council unanimously voted to enter a licensing agreement with a company that’s linked to multiple Amazon projects to redo a portion of Garland Avenue.
Three golfers hope to reopen the Painted Hills driving range this spring after a brief false start this winter. The driving range has been closed for around seven years and the public will be able to use the driving range until Painted Hills is developed.
A second phase of a multibuilding industrial development will soon be underway at the Spokane Business & Industrial Park in Spokane Valley.
The International Monetary Fund foresees a steep fall in international growth this year as the global economy struggles to recover from the pandemic-induced recession, its worst collapse in nearly a century.
Several private development projects placing hundreds of houses on unbuilt land on the South Hill have travel planners worried about further congestion on Highway 195 and Interstate 90. Those developers may be forced to build transportation-easing improvements in order for their projects to move forward.
Seattle-based InterUrban Development, led by developer Rob Brewster, filed an application with the city to transform a former ground-floor restaurant space in the Knickerbocker Apartments at 507 S. Howard St. into a 1,017-square-foot Meeting House cafe.
Old Navy is planning to open a new store in Franklin Park Mall, which would be the retailer’s second location in the Spokane area.
The changing skyline of Coeur d'Alene could soon see the addition of three new towers, each as tall as 220 feet and containing as many as 275 units total.
Renovations are underway for a new taproom and brewery in the Emerson-Garfield neighborhood.