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Senior housing in Spokane to receive $5 million in improvements after purchase

Nearly $5 million worth of improvements is coming to low-income senior housing following the recent purchase of apartment complexes providing such housing.

Genesee Block revamp to yield retail space, apartments

A historic building had some not-so-historic storefronts ripped from its facade this week, preparation for two leasable spaces expected to open as early as this winter.

The Dirt: Lighting business’s new office rising on Third near University District

A $1.3 million office and warehouse is going up at 413 E. Third Ave., just west of its intersection with Sherman Street. The 10,000-square-foot structure will house the corporate office …

Lighting business’s office rising on Third Avenue near Spokane’s University District

A $1.3 million office and warehouse is going up at 413 E. Third Ave., just west of its intersection with Sherman Street. The 10,000-square-foot structure will house the corporate office …

Jamba Juice coming to Spokane Valley Mall

The Spokane area’s first stand-alone Jamba Juice is coming this November to the Spokane Valley Mall. The Texas-based chain has more than 800 locations nationwide, as well as stores in …

New drive-thru Wake Up Call coffee on Northwest Boulevard

A $225,000 remodel of the former Albertson’s gas station on Northwest Boulevard will house a drive-thru coffee shop.

The Dirt: $10M homeless housing project moves forward

Catholic Charities has been issued permits for more than $10 million in work to 76 units of housing for the chronically homeless in northwest Spokane.

The Dirt: Northepointe Medical Center building sold

The Northepointe Medical Center, 9631 N. Nevada St., sold this week for $4.7 million to North Nevada Real Property, LLC. The 35,000-square-foot building was sold by Columbia Investment Properties LLC. …

The Dirt: New self-serve frozen yogurt coming to north Spokane

Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt will do $200,000 in interior improvements to create a self-serve frozen yogurt bar in the Northpointe Plaza,

Local running store heading to Kendall Yards

Fleet Feet, a Spokane-based athletic store, has been issued permits to begin tenant improvements at its new location in Kendall Yards.

UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 2, 2017, 10:01 a.m.

Verizon installing antenna atop Crescent Building in downtown Spokane

The work, estimated at $110,000, is part of a push by the Manhattan-based telecommunications conglomerate to expand its wireless network.

New housing built for Jesuits at Gonzaga, Gonzaga Prep

The Della Strada Jesuit Community of Spokane, 1207 N. Astor St., is a home and “spiritual haven for Jesuits” and will open later this fall.

$2.5 million remodel for Coeur d’Alene’s Super One

A six-month, $2.5 million remodel of the Super One Foods in Coeur d’Alene began last week and will completely re-do the building’s exterior and interior.

The Dirt: CdA Super One undergoing $2.5M remodel

The remodel of the 67,000-square-foot building, 305 W. Kathleen Ave., will include renovation of the bakery, deli, pharmacy, and meat and fish area, and add a mezzanine with a dining …

Indaba Coffee plans Kendall Yards location; will include Hello Sugar doughnut shop

A new commercial building is going up in the central part of Kendall Yards, the trendy and booming development just northwest of downtown Spokane in the West Central neighborhood.

The Dirt: Old Elks building hosts robotics, AI firms in CdA

A workplace focused on the “new economy” opened its doors earlier this month in downtown Coeur d’Alene, and it’s already filled to capacity. The Innovation Den, 418 E. Lakeside Ave., …

Post Falls megachurch plans expansion

Real Life Ministries, a Post Falls-based evangelical megachurch, is planning a $9 million expansion, including the construction of a 41,000-square-foot field house with three basketball courts and two lighted outdoor …

The Dirt: Construction consultant moves into historic downtown building

Roen Associates Inc., a Spokane-based construction consulting firm, has leased a historic downtown building once occupied by Kenneth Brooks, a renowned midcentury architect and urban planner. The 3,090-square-foot, two-story office …

The Dirt: Fourth building planned for Iron Bridge corporate park

The three-story, $11.7 million building, at 731 North Iron Bridge, will be made of brick and glass and be 89,000 square feet in size. It will look similar to the …

The Dirt: Airport Marriott property in planning stages

Tharaldson Hospitality Management, based in Decatur, Illinois, has discussed with airport officials a proposal to construct a four-story hotel with 110 rooms on a 2.6-acre site near the airport terminal.

UPDATED: Mon., July 24, 2017, 9:30 a.m.

The Dirt: Mixed use planned for Music City Building

The Music City Building, at 1011 W. First Ave., is scheduled to have 3,300 square feet of space remodeled for business use. It will have common areas, and just over …

Umpqua plans $1M remodel in downtown building

Umpqua Bank has lined up a $1 million interior remodel for the second floor of its downtown Spokane office building. The company owns the 95,000-square-foot structure at 111 N. Wall …

UPDATED: Mon., July 3, 2017, 10:34 a.m.

Senior living community expanding

Evergreen Fountains, a Spokane Valley senior living community, is expanding its facility by adding a three-story residential building and 12 cottage homes.

The Dirt: Clothing retailer H&M plans NorthTown outlet

Clothing store H&M has plans for a second Spokane location in the NorthTown Mall, based on a newly filed request for a building permit.

The Dirt: Design-build duo selected for Airway Heights rec center

Airway Heights City Council members plan to start the building of a community recreation center by fall, after recently selecting a design-build team of Lydig Construction with ALSC Architects. The …

The Dirt: JC Wright Lighting moving into new downtown HQ building

JC Wright Lighting Sales is building a $1.3 million corporate headquarters just east of downtown Spokane

The Dirt: Major upgrade of historic Franklin Elementary nears

The project, at 2627 E. 17th Ave., will include renovating the original 1909 structure, demolishing a 1950s addition and constructing more than 46,000 square feet of new space.

The Dirt: Gonzaga building performing arts center

Site work has started for Gonzaga University’s $34.6 million project to build the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center on the west side of campus.

The Dirt: Green’s Fresh Market to open in Hillyard

A new fresh market is set to open in Hillyard this June. Owners Jack and Mary Green recently purchased a building at 4915 N. Market St. to launch Green’s Fresh …

The Dirt: Hospice building center in Coeur d’Alene

Hospice of North Idaho has started construction of a two-story administration and community building in Coeur d’Alene.