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Townhouse development planned near Spokane’s Mission Park

November 17, 2018

A three-story townhouse with six large units will be built in Spokane’s Logan neighborhood near Mission Park, according to permits issued by the city.

The four-bedroom, four-bath units will be built on the site of a large, 120-year-old home that had been converted to a duplex but was recently demolished.

The owners, Gregory and Celestine Kuntz, purchased the home in July for $385,000 through their company, Columbus Rows. City documents value the townhouse project at nearly $1.23 million.

The home that was razed at 930 E. Sharp Ave. was 2,000 square feet and a block west of Mission Park.

The area around Mission Park has seen other recent development.

In September, residents of The Academy, a senior-living facility near Gonzaga University, were evicted by the building’s new owners, Utah-based Stellar Living, a family-owned and operated company that provides independent and assisted living as well as respite services at eight facilities in Western Washington, Idaho, Colorado, Utah and Arizona.

The Academy has more than 90 units in assisted- and independent-living facilities. Some residents have lived in the building for several years.

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