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Monday, March 31, 2014
Liberty Lake Portal opening newly created smaller office suites
(Photo credit- Liberty Lake Portal's Facebook wall at - https://www.facebook.com/LibertyLakePortal )
The Liberty Lake Portal is one of the premier class A office buildings in the entire Spokane area, ever since it's beginning a few years ago. The large office center is owned by locally based tech entrepreneur Steven Daines and features a wide array of tenants.
And following the recent trend for smaller office suites, The Portal has remodeled some space and added to their inventory of small executive style office suites.
The new suites are located in space that's been remodeled after last being used for storage. These new suites also have access to restrooms, kitchen , conference room and a interview room. The small suites are more avoidably priced then some of the larger options and take advantage of the buildings prime location halfway in-between Spokane and Coeur d' Alene.
The Liberty Lake Portal offers beautiful views of Mount Spokane from their location near I-90 and the heart of, in demand, Liberty Lake. Liberty Lake Portal can be found at 23403 E. Mission by the intersection of E. Mission and N. Molter Rd.
And proving that these spaces will go fast 3 tenants have already pre-leased space and will move to the building once the suites are finished, which is scheduled to happen in May. Those new tenants will be-
Avenue Insurance Planners
In other parts of the Liberty Lake Portal new tenants are also always moving and expanding. One of those new tenants even includes the Liberty Lake Splash newspaper who has a monthly page on happenings at the business center.
Among the other recent changes / upgrades was the November 2013 opening of The Mica Peak Room, a event and meeting space located on the building's second floor over top of one of the building entrances.
For more information on the Liberty Lake Portal, including leasing information, visit their website at-
Posted by Matthew Behringer at 6:45 PM