Culture Centers and Tax Shelters 

Plans for a cultural center near downtown emerge. Plus, tax breaks for dense development.

The Bosch Lot, on the corner of Monroe Street and Bridge Avenue in downtown Spokane, is not much more than concrete dividers, gravel and a “Pay Here” sign next to a fee machine. Someday it could feature a massive two-story building…

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