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Downtown Spokane is the centrally located entertainment and business hub of Spokane. You’ll find the River Park Square Mall, coffee shops, bakeries, wineries and art galleries intertwined with urban condos and business offices. Spokane’s “Near Nature, Near Perfect” aspect is obvious as you drive in from the West and see the downtown high-rises with the mountains in the background.

Riverfront Park and Spokane Falls create a landmark divide between north and south Spokane. Look to Downtown for the pulse and core of Spokane.

Browne’s Addition is just to the west within walking distance and has a neighborhood feel with Coeur d’Alene Park surrounded by historic homes. Browne’s has it’s own block of restaurants, coffee shops, bicycle shops, bars and neighborhood grocery store.

 

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