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UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 23, 2019, 11:20 a.m.

New Spokane Gun Club project moves forward

The Spokane Gun Club has filed preliminary permits with Spokane County to build a new location on the West Plains.


Shawn Vestal: Where should we look for housing solutions? Not here, not here, not here

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 …


UPDATED: Tue., Aug. 13, 2019, 7:30 p.m.

Redevelopment underway for former Sears store at Coeur d’Alene mall

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.


Cambria hotel under development on West Plains

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.


Ponderosa Village development in Spokane Valley taking shape with two new tenants and plans for more

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.


UPDATED: Mon., July 29, 2019, 3:04 p.m.

South Hill development plans include retail, apartments, Southeast Sports Complex upgrades

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 Dirt: Couple continues rehab of Aberdeen Hotel

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.


Couple continues rehab of Aberdeen Hotel

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.


UPDATED: Wed., July 24, 2019, 10:10 a.m.

Developer seeks to alter Spokane Valley’s planned Barker roundabout

A Spokane Valley developer is pushing against plans to build a $25 million roundabout where Barker Road, Trent Avenue and Wellesley Avenue intersect. But those planning and funding the project …


Glenrose residents move closer to taking legal action to stop sports-complex plan

In a recent letter, a lawyer for the Glenrose Association asserted that the Spokane Youth Sports Association’s proposal to develop 20 acres of agricultural land has progressed erroneously and, potentially, …


Plan to add 415 homes in southwest Spokane raises capacity concerns

A proposal to build 415 homes on undeveloped, forested land in southwest Spokane is making its way through City Hall – and raising concerns about increased traffic – as the …


Vaquero’s Mexican Restaurant and Taqueria opening mid-July in Spokane Valley

The owner of Rancho Viejo Mexican Restaurant is opening a new establishment, Vaquero’s Mexican Restaurant and Taqueria in Spokane Valley. Jose Rodriguez is renovating a 6,900-square-foot space at 16208 E. …


Construction underway for Montgomery Logistics Center in Spokane Valley

Construction is underway for the Montgomery Logistics Center, a multi-phase industrial development in Spokane Valley. Seattle-based Leavitt Capital Companies is constructing the development, at 11002 E. Montgomery Drive, that will …


UPDATED: Sun., June 2, 2019, 9:07 p.m.

Church renews effort to build low-income housing; Spokane Valley neighbors object

Neighbors worried about traffic and views oppose a plan by St. John Vianney Church to develop multifamily housing on a site it purchased in 2009 at the northwest corner of …


Spokane Valley City Council rejects proposed code change on duplex and townhouse development

A proposal by a group of Spokane Valley residents to limit duplex and town home development in a specific residential zone was voted down Tuesday evening by the City Council.


UPDATED: Fri., June 7, 2019, 1:58 p.m.

Developer wins subdivision approval along Hangman Creek; Stuckart vows to purchase land for conservation

Nearly 100 homes can be built at the bottom of Spokane’s South Hill bluffs, near the intersection of U.S. Highway 195 and Cheney-Spokane Road, following a decision by the city’s …


The Dirt: Work on fire-damaged parking garage near Sacred hospital slated to start in fall

Demolition and reconstruction work will begin six months after a parking garage near Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center was severely damaged by a fire, according to permits issued by the …


UPDATED: Fri., May 10, 2019, 4:47 p.m.

Avista plans $1 million parking lot for Catalyst Building

A million-dollar parking lot will be built on East Sprague Avenue, part of Avista Corp.’s work at the south landing of the University District Gateway Bridge, according to city permits.


100 years ago in Spokane: Valley irrigation company prepares to auction ‘choice suburban tracts’

The Orchard Avenue Irrigation Company was auctioning 129 “choice suburban tracts” of up to 5 acres.


Plague of frogs: Five Mile property owners say stormwater pond is ruining their neighborhood

City documents indicate a local homeowners association is responsible for keeping up the single-acre stormwater feature behind Lori and Bill Moore’s home on Panorama Drive. But enforcement is lagging, and …


Chris Vogel:

70 million years ago, the Dishman Hills granite cooled upon this earth. Last Monday, a bulldozer, front loader and excavator erased timeless sections of that immortal granite to create a …


UPDATED: Tue., April 23, 2019, 2:43 p.m.

The Falls development on north river bank to have three towers, plans state

The Falls project on the north bank of the Spokane River will have three towers, according to plans filed with the city’s Design Review Board.


UPDATED: Thu., March 21, 2019, 9:54 a.m.

Housing development near Bigelow Gulch prompts flood worries among neighboring homeowners

A developer’s plan to build more than 60 homes near a flood plain at Bigelow Gulch and Forker roads has some Spokane Valley residents concerned that it will increase flooding …


Once-sleepy West Plains towns consider pushing boundaries

Officials in Airway Heights and Cheney are considering if they should push to expand their urban-growth boundaries.


The Dirt: Former automotive shop to become brewery, restaurant

The Watts Project will transform the former Watts Automotive shop, 1312 W. First Ave., into a 6,600-square-foot brewery production facility and tap room called Brick West Brewing.


Spokane Metals relocating to Spokane Valley from Airway Heights

The steel fabrication company is building a $2.4 million facility at 4100 N. Barker Road in Spokane Valley’s growing northeast industrial area.


Maverik Inc. opening fourth convenience store in Spokane Valley

Utah-based Maverik Inc. is adding its fourth convenience store in Spokane Valley near I-90 and Barker Road.


South Hill development showdown rests with City Council

A road must run through the center of a proposed “walkable mixed-use urban neighborhood” on Spokane’s South Hill near the busy intersection of 29th and Southeast Boulevard, according to a …


John Stockton’s bid to block development on Priest Lake wetlands falls short

Basketball legend John Stockton failed in a bid to block the development of 65 acres of wetlands near his Priest Lake residence.


The Dirt: Riverview Retirement Community adding more housing for memory care residents

Spokane-based Bouten Construction will build three, one-story duplexes, which will each be more than 3,700 square feet in size.