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Stories tagged: housing

Apartment Hunters See Wider Selection In Sluggish Market

Renters looking for Valley apartments shouldn’t have trouble finding deals in the classified advertisements.

Granny Flats May Be Forced On City Advocacy Group For Disabled Wants State Growth Mandates Enforced

(For the record Friday, February 17, 1995): Jim Bamberger is a member of the Spokane City Plan Commission. A story on accessory dwelling units published in Thursday’s Spokesman-Review reported his …

Renters, Landlords Both Squeezed By Shortage Of Affordable Housing

A shortage of affordable housing in Spokane and Kootenai counties has created a worst-case scenario in which property owners’ profits are shrinking and low-income residents can’t find a place to …

City Council Extends Moratorium On Further Housing Developments

In/Around: Five Mile Prairie Five Mile Prairie has been given a bit more development-free time. The Spokane City Council this week voted unanimously to extend the prairie’s housing moratorium through …

Building Together City, Job Corps Team Up To Remodel Home For Low-Income Family

Sawdust flies as Nat Hoover and his crew build a deck. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review

County May Change Manufactured Home Zoning

A new manufactured home in Armstrong Estates off Valleyway. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review

WSU Makes Plans To Add More Housing First Priority Would Be To Build A 600-Unit Residential Hall

Off Stadium Way, on a hillside where Washington State University researchers once grew apples, would sprout 100 student apartments. At the campus’s south entrance, where World War II veterans lived …