In the South Landing of the University District, the Catalyst building and Scott Morris Center for Energy Innovation will build an atmosphere of exciting innovation to help attract the types of cutting-edge companies and organizations that are vital for the Inland Northwest’s next economy. This is a truly unique opportunity to leverage the fast-growing campuses and connect the University District with Spokane’s vital Downtown.
Spokane is fast becoming one of the Pacific Northwest’s most sought-after business locations. Given Spokane is the second largest city in Washington State after Seattle, the reasons are plentiful. Spokane offers a highly-skilled, highly-educated workforce. Several universities continue to prepare tomorrow’s workforce. The location on I-90, the international airport, and major rail lines make the city a historic transportation hub. Also, Spokane’s mid-city size, lifestyle, reasonable cost of living, and housing are attracting an influx of diverse workers.
Spokane has a talented workforce with many universities in the area. Spokane’s regional economy is also well-rounded and diversified, with a strong emphasis in manufacturing, logistics, aerospace, life sciences, education and research, agribusiness, and professional services. The University District, South Landing, Catalyst building, and Scott Morris Center for Energy and Innovation are preparing the next generation of highly skilled workers needed by these industries. Spokane is creating a “smart city” by bringing together leaders in utility infrastructure, smart metering and communications, higher education, energy efficiency, population health, and urban planning.
August 21, 2020
KXLY 4 News
SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane’s iconic Riverfront Park was recently named to National Geographic’s list of America’s most beautiful urban parks.
July 30, 2020
Spokane has for many years enjoyed a reputation as the regional hub for IT, communications, telecommunications and data services. Spokane County has even earned the distinction of “Top U.S. Intelligent Community.”
February 19, 2020
In a recent report, Redfin ranked Spokane, Las Vegas, Charlotte and Orlando as the most attractive metro areas primed for growth in the coming decade.