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If you look northwest from downtown Spokane, you’ll see an enclave emerging above the river gorge — 84 apartments to the west of Maple, and the new Inlander HQ and Spa Paradiso closer to Monroe. “We have people coming every weekend who are amazed with the fast progress here at Kendall Yards,” says Joe Frank, vice president of Greenstone, the Liberty Lake firm that is developing the property. “Kendall Yards is a very complicated development so we have run into our fair share of challenges, but there’s a lot of momentum right now.” Last week, Chris Matzell of Mandere Construction (pictured) was part of the team framing the interior of the future 13,000-square-foot home of The Inlander.

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