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STCU plans expansion into Tri-Cities

— STCU announced Monday that it will open branch locations in Pasco, Kennewick and Richland in 2018 and 2019. It is the first expansion outside the Spokane-North Idaho market for STCU, which has been voted 'best credit union' in the Spokane area for 12 consecutive years.

Last week, the credit union finalized the purchase of a 1.5-acre site for a Kennewick branch location at 4842 W. Hildebrand Blvd. Plans call for a 4,500-square-foot branch location with STCU Home Loans offices, a drive-through, and 24-hour ATMs. Designed by ALSC Architects, the location will have water-efficient xeriscape landscaping.

The Kennewick branch location will open this year. In addition, STCU plans to build branches in Pasco and Richland, with one opening in 2018 and the other in 2019. Locations have not yet been announced. STCU also has ATMs in Richland and Kennewick Target stores.

STCU is a not-for-profit financial cooperative with 175,000 members and $2.7 billion in total assets. The Northwest's third-largest credit union (and the largest headquartered east of the Cascades), STCU offers a full array of credit cards, loans and savings accounts for consumers and businesses. It is the leading provider of home and auto loans in Spokane.

STCU staffs each branch location with about six employees, and will be hiring from the Tri-Cities area. STCU employees get paid time off for volunteerism and full benefits, including a generous tuition reimbursement program.

Learn more at stcu.org.

Ridpath Club Apartments now available for lease



The long awaited Ridpath Club Apartments are now available for lease and tenants can move in as early as next month. All 206 of the hotel rooms that were in the historic Ridpath Hotel have been fully renovated and are ready for tenants. The Ridpath Club Apartments include micro apartments, studios, and one bedroom apartments each with fabulous views of the Spokane area. Affordable housing apartments offering restricted rents based on income limits make up 80 percent of the units. Renters who qualify for the 'affordable' rate category could lease a micro unit, or a studio apartment, for under $700 a month.

The Ridpath Club Apartments will also feature community gathering spaces, a mezzanine and lounge area, a high tech laundry center. The new restaurant and bar inside the building, being developed by Spokane restaurateurs Jeremy and Kate Hansen, has been delayed by construction and other issues and will likely open in June. Ridpath Brasserie plans to serve a French-inspired menu, including breakfast, lunch and dinner, which will be available to order from anytime during its planned 20-hour operating schedule, from 7am to 3am.

Get more information at their website liveatridpath.com, on their facebook page, or by contacting the leasing agent NAI Black at ridpathleasing@naiblack.com or 509-624-1178.

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