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  • Crossroads
  • Crossroads

    A high-profile retailer is eyeing a particular block of downtown Spokane; what that might mean for the Central City Line
  • UPDATE: Scout
  • UPDATE: Scout

      Last year brought many a hip downtown eatery to Spokane, Scout being one of the most notable. In only six months, it has become a mainstay for everything from brunch to late night, despite countless cooks and bartenders passing through the doors of the former Far West Billiards.
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  • Downtown Spokane (West)
  • Downtown Spokane (West)

    Where the city's elite, drunks and hipsters find refuge.
      If Spokane is a dirty martini, the portion of downtown to the west of Monroe Street has all the right ingredients. The area boasts art deco theaters, museums, 19th-century hotels, and fine dining. Wal
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  • Downtown Spokane (East)
  • Downtown Spokane (East)

    Drinking, diving and getting inked in the heart of downtown.
      Downtown Spokane has many faces. Venture into the core and experience a picturesque cosmopolitan shopping Mecca. Turn another corner and hunt down the galleries and wineries hidden in an ill-lit, laby
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  • A Spokane Trolley?
  • A Spokane Trolley?

    Transit officials are lined up behind an electric trolley. Now it's City Hall's turn.
      Proponents hope the trolley would encourage more development downtown. But Chris Cargill, of the nonprofit Washington Policy Center, says there’s no clear evidence trolleys bring growth, but it’s clear they’re expensive. Planners say this one will cost about $36 million.
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  • Open Market
  • Open Market

    The Spokane Public Market is revitalizing a once-vacant corner of downtown.
      The southeast corner of downtown Spokane is littered with vacant buildings, gas stations and rundown parking lots. It’s not exactly an urban utopia, but give it time. A joint development project by BR3 Development Group and Pacific Bridge is creating what will become “Market.
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  • Driving Backwards
  • Driving Backwards

    The couplet rears its ugly head once again.
      Rumor has it that, a decade after the Lincoln Street Bridge issue was put to rest, our eagerbeaver traffic engineers have been quietly talking about reviving the couplet corridor they would have constructed had the bridge across the lower falls been built.
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