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A 1950s home designed by one of Spokane’s premier midcentury architects for one of the city’s most prominent businessmen has been demolished.
An army of machines is moving large quantities of dirt at the site of what’s called the Project Rose Fulfillment Center.
Spokane Exercise Equipment is moving into the first-floor retail space of the Parkade in the location held by Sport Town for 27 years.
This week, workers from Kilgore Construction began dismantling the yellow-roofed skywalk over Main Avenue, scrapping the metal in preparation for a newly designed structure matching the new skywalks connecting to the old Macy’s building.
A new downtown farmers market opened Tuesday as the city and farmers look to bring local produce to residents into the heart of the downtown.
One of downtown Spokane’s first skywalks is coming down, to be replaced in a different location with something more sleek and modern.
Unless you’re an architecture buff, you may not have heard of Warren Heylman, but you surely know his work. The Parkade, Spokane International Airport, the Spokane Regional Health Building. At 92, Heylman reflects on his career and his designs.
First the fountain, now the staircase. Following last week’s removal of Spokane architect Warren Heylman’s Parkade Plaza Fountain, Drusilla Hieber got permission from the Spokane City Council on Monday to remove the skywalk stairway outside of the Bennett Block, which she owns.
As Randy Keller loaded pieces of the Parkade Plaza Fountain into the back of his company truck, he reminisced about the days when the fountain was a downtown Spokane attraction. Now, he has taken it upon himself to rename the fallen structure, “the fountain of youth,” or, more accurately for the longtime Spokane resident, the fountain of his youth.
Spokane police today said that a man who fell to his death from the Parkade garage in downtown on Wednesday committed suicide.
A man died Wednesday afternoon after falling several stories from the Parkade parking garage onto a downtown skywalk. The man, who was not been identified, fell about 4:30 p.m. onto the skywalk, which runs parallel to the 100 block of North Howard Street. He was dead when emergency crews arrived at the scene, said Assistant Chief Brian Schaeffer, of the Spokane Fire Department.
A delivery truck snagged a downtown Spokane skywalk early Thursday, sending debris tumbling into the street. No injuries were reported, and the skywalk between the Washington Mutual Building and the Parkade Plaza remained open after the 6:15 a.m. accident.