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Now the site of the Kendall Yards mixed use development, the area northwest of downtown Spokane and the river was once home to the Union Pacific rail yard. The railroad moved out of the area in 1955, but development of new housing, retail and commercial businesses did not proceed in earnest until after the economic downturn of 2008.
The Spokane Airport Board is moving forward with several improvements to Felts Field that include a building a new taxi lane and hangars as well as restoring the Nick Mamer Memorial Clock.
Greenstone Homes filed building permits with the city this week to build the mixed-use “flatiron building” in Kendall Yards.
Rockwood at Whitworth has broken ground on a $69 million senior-living redevelopment project that will bring hundreds of apartments, amenities and services to north Spokane.
Greenstone Homes is exploring if it can build a triangular “flatiron” building in downtown Spokane’s Kendall Yards, according to permit activity at the city.
A large housing development will move forward on Spokane’s South Hill, after an agreement between the developer, neighbors and the county’s hearing examiner was approved by the city council this week.
Crestline Street on Spokane’s South Hill is no longer considered a major road, according to a decision by the Spokane City Council on Monday night.
Nearly 64,000 miles have been ridden on Spokane Transit Authority buses by participants in a program that provides free bus passes to anyone who lives or works in the Kendall Yards development.
Jim Frank of Greenstone Corp. will be honored as Citizen of the Year at the Greater Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce’s gala Friday.
City staff, the Greenstone development company and dozens of neighbors to a new development on the South Hill made their case in a hearing Wednesday over whether a road should be included in a multifamily and commercial building project.
A proposed development of 236 homes and 38,000 square feet of office, retail and commercial space on Spokane’s South Hill faces a deadline this week as it seeks approval from City Hall.
A proposal to develop 25 acres of vacant land on Spokane’s South Hill – land that neighbors used as a defacto park for decades – is moving forward, and officials at Spokane City Hall said they are helping clear the way for the development of 230 new residential units and 70,000 square feet of commercial space.
Greenstone Homes built a net-zero home in Liberty Lake. Solar panels on the roof produce enough electricity to offset the residents’ energy use in the ultra efficient house.
Spokane C.O.P.S. West, the West Central Neighborhood Council and Greenstone will co-host National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday.
How Jim Frank’s development company – Greenstone Corp. – gained control of Kendall Yards, the former industrial site perched above the Spokane River, is a classic case of entrepreneurial patience. And luck. But Frank’s career illustrates how people make their own luck.
Could another Spokane site magically morph into a thriving urban neighborhood like Kendall Yards is? Developer Jim Frank believes so. He sees “enormous potential” for the east end of downtown, bordered by Washington Street, Spokane Falls Boulevard, Pine Street and the railroad tracks. What’s needed, says Frank, is a vision.
A property sale in downtown Boise has re-energized hopes for a downtown stadium.
A mixed-use development with apartments, shops, office space and parking is next big project planned for Kendall Yards.
Work begins on Highline II Greenstone Corp. has started work on the Highline II building in Kendall Yards west of downtown Spokane.
Residents at the edges of the Kendall Yards development say the cool downtown Spokane project has boosted their neighborhoods and transformed an eyesore into a bustling civic gathering spot. Still, there are some growing pains.