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UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 12, 2018

Built immediately after Great Spokane Fire, Genesee Block Building transforms from pawnshop to upscale

The Genesee Block in downtown Spokane is one of 15 buildings constructed in the aftermath of the Great Fire of 1889 that remain standing, but a little-known fire in 2016 …

U.S. Pavilion plans with temporary shade structure, no permanent cover approved by Spokane park officials

Park planners have signed off on a $16.5 million construction plan for the new U.S. Pavilion that will include temporary overhead shading for events in the summer. Critics said their …

Jim Frank’s Kendall Yards development arose from vision, patience and luck

How Jim Frank’s development company – Greenstone Corp. – gained control of Kendall Yards, the former industrial site perched above the Spokane River, is a classic case of entrepreneurial patience. …

UPDATED: Tue., March 28, 2017

Researchers unearth century-old mystery in Spokane Chinatown-linked objects found in Riverfront Park

In a brief 24-year period, an area near where the Looff Carrousel now sits housed hundreds of Japanese and Chinese immigrants. Recent archaeological finds could be evidence of their culture, …

Riverfront Park redevelopment on track for 2017, planners say

After a tumultuous year that began with cost overruns, unexpected expenses and criticism from within, those in charge of Riverfront Park’s $64 million redevelopment say they’re on track for a …

Rob Brewster is redeveloping the old McKinley School in East Central Spokane

Developer Rob Brewster returns to Spokane to take on the redevelopment of the 1902 McKinley School in East Spokane.

Pair of archaeologists sift through Riverfront Park ahead of construction

A pair of archeologists are sifting through the Riverfront Park ahead of redevelopment construction, looking for remnants of businesses and communities that occupied the park more than a century ago.

Riverfront Park project on track for success

Recently, articles in this newspaper and other publications have raised legitimate questions about the progress of the redevelopment of Riverfront Park following the voters’ approval of a $64.3 million bond …

Dicker purchases historic Montvale Hotel

The historic 36-room Montvale Hotel in downtown Spokane has joined Jerry Dicker’s growing portfolio of boutique hotels and restaurants. Ruby Hospitality, the Spokane developer’s company, paid $2.3 million in a …

Man behind Bing, Ruby projects buys Montvale Hotel

Spokane’s oldest hotel, the 36-room Montvale across the street from the Fox Theater, is joining Jerry Dicker’s growing portfolio of boutique hotels and restaurants.

Eye on Boise: Two stream gauges escape budget ax

BOISE – It now looks like three stream flow gauges will be shut off May 1 in Idaho, according to the U.S. Geological Survey’s Idaho Water Science Center, down from …

East Central backs proposal to improve traffic safety

Much of East Sprague Avenue in Spokane could be changed from a four-lane to a two-lane arterial under a plan intended to increase safety and enhance the urban environment there. …