downtown spokane blog

August 12, 2005


Location, Location, Location


Anonymous Trevor Holms Petersen said...

I really wish all these new developments would supply renderings of these projects!

Im an avid Spokane lover, and plan to live in a Condo/Loft downtown when I'm older!

August 12, 2005 1:21 PM

Blogger astazio said...

I agree Trevor, it would be nice to see what they have in mind for these projects. If/when I get a hold of some of these renderings I will be sure to post them. And I am glad others share my love for downtown Spokane.

August 12, 2005 3:40 PM

Anonymous Trevor Holms Petersen said...

Great thanx a lot.

I moved from Spokane with my family on Aug 28th 2003, my junior year of High School. I live in Salem Oregon now, and although Salem is nice and green, I still love the downtown of Spokane.

August 13, 2005 3:02 PM


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"If completed as planned, the transformation of downtown Spokane's former J.C. Penney building [most recently the Burlington Coat Factory building] will be dramatic to say the least.

Currently, it's a 170,000-square-foot concrete and brick box with only a few windows on the first level. But by next summer, project developers say it'll become the upscale West 809 Building, with 21 loft condominiums, a second-floor fitness club and street-level shops.

Prices for the units will range from $550,000 to more than $1 million. One commercial tenant already has been announced. Downtown gym 24 Hour Fitness plans to move from Riverside Avenue into the West 809 building, with construction beginning in January.

Smith declined to name additional tenants. However, spokespeople for the national restaurant chain P.F. Chang's China Bistro and men's fashion retailer Jos. A. Bank confirmed earlier this week they are negotiating leases for space in the building."
[Alison Boggs - Spokesman-Review]

link: P.F. Changs
link: Jos. A. Bank