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UPDATED: Thu., May 25, 2017

Developer plans $60 million towers for old YWCA site on north bank of Spokane River

Spokane developer Larry Stone has proposed a $60 million project for the old YWCA site on the north bank of the Spokane River.


Marshall Chesrown, bankrupt developer, faces new financial fights

A trustee wants to recoup more than $2 million that bankrupted real estate developer Marshall Chesrown gave to family and friends as his fortunes were collapsing. The legal efforts, for …


Foes try to halt CdA high-rise project

COEUR D’ALENE — Foes of a proposed high-rise building in downtown Coeur d’Alene aim to halt the project by asking local officials to dump another panel’s decision that helped clear …


Potential Home Buyers Will Shape Neighborhood

The Gardens Ridge, a new 81-home addition to the MeadowWood subdivision in Liberty Lake, will be designed largely by potential home buyers. Remax of Spokane and the Baines Corporation will …


Developer Protests Conditions Placed On Subdivision Project

The developer of Highland Estates, a subdivision in the hills north of Trentwood, is appealing several conditions attached to the approval of his project. The appeal by Harold Lundy of …


Erosion Blamed On Expansion Schweitzer Shoring Up As Rains Muddy Waters

FOR THE RECORD: Idaho Edition; Saturday, August 19, 1995 CORRECTION: In 1991, Schweitzer Mountain ski area was fined $500, and required to pay Bonner County $3,000, for failing to control …


Council Oks Five Mile Prairie Subdivision Despite Access Problems

The Spokane City Council on Monday gave the go-ahead for a 29-lot subdivision on Five Mile Prairie despite problems with access. Developers of the 12-acre Rock Ridge Addition said they’ve …


High-Density Project Off Wellesley Approved Fraser Family Farmland Is Site For 164 Homes In/Around: Pasadena Park

(Unpublished correction: According to a Valley Voice story from Apr. 17, 1993, the Pasadena Park plan was approved in 1993, not 1996, as this story states.)


Both Developers, Environmentalists Like New Law Designing To Simplify Permitting Procedures

Old adversaries praised a new law Monday designed to make life easier for developers while protecting the environment. The law, signed by Gov. Mike Lowry in Tacoma’s Union Station, is …


Brighton Place Denied

Spokane County commissioners denied a developer’s plans for a 166-lot subdivision on Colbert land zoned for a quarter that many houses. “While I like the layout and I certainly don’t …


Housing Projects Nail Down Approval

Three proposals that will add 50 homes and a new sign in the Spokane Valley sailed through the county’s hearing examiner committee Thursday. All three passed with unanimous support and …


County, College Disagreement Could Delay Gleneden Sewer Construction In/Around: Country Homes

Whitworth College and Spokane County can’t agree on the value of North Side real estate. County officials offered to pay $12,000 for a parcel of land owned by the college …


County Commissioners Decide Impact Fee Doesn’t Have To Be Paid In/Around: Mead

The Spokane County commissioners saved developer Buster Heitman as much as $96,000 earlier this month. The commissioners overturned the board of hearing examiners when they ruled that Heitman does not …