Spokane, WA

Welcome to Our Community

Spokane is capital of the Inland Northwest, home to the Gonzaga Bulldogs, the second largest city in Washington State and a great place to call home.

What once was a fur trading and mining post and then a railroad hub has grown into a city with a flourishing arts and cultural scene and an economy built around services more than natural resources. We truly are a modern city with deep ties to our history. In fact, 18 of Spokane’s neighborhoods are on the National Register of Historical Districts.

Most of the downtown commercial district’s buildings were destroyed in the Great Fire of 1889. This led to a rebuilding boom in the years that followed. The architecture for many of the new buildings was Romanesque Revival, and much of downtown reflects that style today.

These days, Spokane locals enjoy Riverfront park, which was originally the grounds for Expo ’74, day trips to wine tasting or skiing in the mountains, taking in touring bands at the Knitting Factory, and shopping for wares new and antique throughout the city.

Every May, the Lilac festival attracts Spokane residents and visitors from throughout the region. The event celebrates the military, and young people of the area, as well as the natural beauty of the Inland Northwest. A car show and fun run during the day are capped off by the Armed Forces Torchlight Parade, which stretches for miles through the city.

If you’d like to learn more about Spokane, let us know. We’d love to show you around and help you find your perfect home.

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