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The Dirt: Goodwill building large center in Post Falls

Goodwill Industries of the Inland Northwest is building a Post Falls facility for a thrift store and services. It will replace smaller quarters in that city. Baker Construction & Development …

The Dirt: BNSF building vehicle unloading facility

BNSF Railway started construction this month on a $6 million Spokane automotive unloading facility near its Parkwater rail yard. Among other commodities, BNSF transports and delivers about 12,000 vehicles a …

The Dirt: Goodwill and Planet Fitness move into former Albertsons

Planet Fitness and a Goodwill thrift store will fill remodeled space in a former Albertsons in Spokane’s Emerson-Garfield neighborhood.

The Dirt: Big Valley apartment complex rises

$37 million Bella Tess project starts

The Dirt: Gonzaga building space for alumni services

A $950,000 Gonzaga University project will create central space along Hamilton Street for its alumni and development services. Vandervert Construction started an interior remodel this month, in the east side …

The Dirt: STCU opening new CdA branch

Spokane Teachers Credit Union will open a new downtown Coeur d’Alene branch, its 20th location overall, across from McEuen Park.

The Dirt: Fred Meyer in Valley ready for remodel

A $9 million remodel is slated for the Fred Meyer store in Spokane Valley.

The Dirt: Former Itronix building sells for $10.5 million, Providence to open Lincoln Heights clinic

A Denver-based investment group paid $10.5 million to buy the former General Dynamics Itronix building in Spokane Valley. Under the June 17 transaction, three tenants will remain. Mirabeau Properties LLC …

The Dirt: Tainio building plant near I-90

Tainio Technology & Technique, a Spokane-area agriculture business, has launched a project to build its new headquarters and manufacturing facility near Interstate 90 and West Thorpe Road. Located at 4814 …

The Dirt: Physical therapy clinic building at 28th and Grand

Tailwind Physical Therapy in Spokane has scheduled construction of a 7,200-square-foot, two-story medical structure. Located at 2772 S. Grand Blvd., the vacant site is on the northwest corner of 28th …

The Dirt: More remodeling scheduled for Red Lion in downtown Spokane

A nearly $2 million project will update the Red Lion Hotel at the Park. Baker Construction & Development has started that remodeling work, at 303 W. North River Dr., to …

The Dirt: North Idaho College to build $6.5 million fitness center

North Idaho College plans to start a $6.5 million project later in June to build a fitness center. The 30,000-square-foot center, to be located at College Drive and West River …

The Dirt: New business park under way on Trent near Sullivan

Heavy equipment has started prepping vacant land to develop a business park on Trent Avenue, just east of Sullivan Road.

The Dirt: R’nR RV will move into shuttered Fred Meyer on East Francis

The former Fred Meyer store on East Francis Avenue has sold for $3.9 million to open as a future R’nR RV superstore.

The Dirt: Expansion at Coeur d’Alene call center creates space for hundreds of new jobs

A newly completed Coeur d’Alene facility expansion makes room this year to add 200 employees at an Alliance Data Retail Services customer care center.

The Dirt: Medical office building going up in Kendall Yards

A $4.5 million project now underway will build a three-story medical office building in Kendall Yards.

The Dirt: Nicks Handmade Boots moving into old Display House on East Sprague

Nicks Handmade Boots, a Spokane company since 1964, plans to move in May into a renovated building at 6510 E. Sprague, formerly The Display House.

The Dirt: Trader Joe’s to open new store Friday on North Division

Trader Joe’s opens its second Spokane grocery this Friday on North Division.

The Dirt: ‘Heritage’ Denny’s under construction in north Spokane

Construction starts this month on a Denny’s restaurant in north Spokane that will have a new design scheme with wood tones and earthy textures.

Trucking service center being built on West Plains

Construction is underway for a trucking industry service facility along Interstate 90 on the West Plains, at Exit 272.

New Red Lion opens atop Sunset Hill

After a nine-month renovation, the former Spokane House Hotel atop Sunset Hill has opened as Red Lion Inn & Suites Spokane.

The Dirt: Commercial real estate deals unfold in Spokane Valley

Spokane business M3K LLC has purchased the Opportunity Shopping Center, at 12025 and 12109 E. Sprague Ave., for $5.3 million. It’s an investment purchase for M3K owner Fred Lopez, who …

The Dirt: Outback Steakhouse draws diners to NorthTown, hot tub dealer opens in Valley

Outback Steakhouse has opened in a renovated space at NorthTown Mall, part of the shopping center’s redeveloped north concourse.

The Dirt: Work starts on CdA Boys & Girls Club

A $3.2 million project has started to build a Boys & Girls Club on the east side of Coeur d’Alene.

The Dirt: Work starts on hotel near Sacred Heart; North Side Denny’s planned

Workers are grading a large lot near Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center as plans to take shape for the construction of a six-story Hampton Inn & Suites this spring.

The Dirt: Spokane school projects to start; Habitat Store on the move

North Central High School and Salk Middle School building projects are set to begin in March and the Habit Store is moving to East Trent.

The Dirt: Law firm to move into historic Spokane warehouse

A law firm will move into the Cold Storage Warehouse in downtown Spokane.

The Dirt: Silverwood to renovate, upgrade RV park

Silverwood Theme Park plans to spend $600,000 to renovate its RV park, located across U.S. Highway 95 from its main attractions.

The Dirt: Idaho engineering company expands into Spokane

Meridian, Idaho-based civil engineering firm T-O Engineers has expanded into Washington with its first outlet in Spokane.

The Dirt: Remodeling of Mobius’ new location to begin

A $1.1 million remodeling project is expected to start next month for Mobius Science Center’s new location at 331 N. Post St.