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UPDATED: Mon., March 20, 2017

Next phase of Kendall Yards features apartments, parking and office space on bluff overlooking Spokane River

A mixed-use development with apartments, shops, office space and parking is next big project planned for Kendall Yards.


Kendall Yards works to mesh with surrounding neighbors

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, …


Greenstone disavows ad campaign attacking Mumm, Snyder

The president of Greenstone Corp. has disavowed any connection between his company and a negative television campaign against Spokane City Council candidates Jon Snyder and Candace Mumm. At the same …


Kendall Yards planning three commercial buildings

The developer of the Kendall Yards property near downtown Spokane has plans for three new commercial buildings, including two restaurants and a retail-residential project called the Highline Lofts. The two …


Getting There: Francis Avenue renovation gets into high gear

Road construction has moved into northwest Spokane in a major way with work on the state Highway 291 route along Francis Avenue west of Division Street and then northward on …


High Bridge remnant to be removed

A large, graffiti-covered abutment that marked the northern edge of what was once Spokane’s tallest bridge will soon be torn down. Kendall Yards officials say the concrete structure on the …


Here’s the Dirt: Greenstone plans new building

Greenstone Corp. is preparing to build its fourth commercial building in the Kendall Yards project in downtown Spokane.


Getting There: Kendall Yards park to serve as stormwater filter

Water that runs off parking lots and down street gutters carries drops of oil, bits of metal, de-icer chemicals and tire residue, among other pollutants. Some of that dirty water …


Construction of apartments at Kendall Yards to begin soon

Work on an 84-unit, 2.2-acre Kendall Yards apartment building will start in 30 days, the head of developer Greenstone Corp. said Tuesday. The project, called The Highline Apartments, will move …


Local spa will move into Kendall Yards site

Spa Paradiso, the downtown Spokane beauty care business in the Davenport Hotel, will move into new space in the Kendall Yards development, owners Jan and Larry Schoonover said. The spa …


Next Kendall Yards phase begins

The company developing Kendall Yards has started construction of the first commercial building and is finishing plans for a second as it tackles the next phase of Spokane’s largest mixed-use …


City votes to amend Kendall Yards deal

Tax subsidies will flow to Kendall Yards even if the developer of the 78-acre project does not seek public bids on construction of streets, sewers and other public infrastructure, as …


Bidding issue complicates Kendall Yards agreement

Developers of the highly anticipated Kendall Yards project violated an agreement with the city that allows the project to receive tax subsidies to build streets, sewers and other infrastructure. Greenstone …


Parking garage planned near courthouse

The Spokane County courthouse’s lack of parking is legendary, but help may be on the way. Except for jurors, anyone with business in the courthouse and surrounding public buildings is …


Here’s the Dirt: South Hill gaining medical building

A foot-and-ankle specialist and dentist will occupy a two-story office building just under construction at 3707 S. Grand Blvd. The $2 million building will encompass 8,700 square feet on the …


Kendall Yards tax benefit sought

Owners of nearly 300 residences in the Kendall Yards development won’t have to pay property taxes on the new structures for a dozen years under a proposal the Spokane City …


Scaled-back Kendall Yards plans offer better fit for Spokane

Greenstone Corp. last week closed a deal five years in the doing. And not a moment too soon for Spokane government and business officials weary of economic headwinds.