The Dirt: Michigan company plans indoor golf simulator in Spokane Valley


Los Angeles-based X-Golf America plans to bring virtual indoor golf to the Spokane Valley.

Project management firm Accurate Retail Services, of Grand Rapids, Michigan, has applied for a building permit with the city to renovate over 6,200 square feet of space into an indoor X-Golf golf simulator at 15110 E. Indiana Ave., adjacent to JOANN Fabrics & Crafts.

X-Golf is an indoor golf simulator franchise with more than 50 locations nationwide, according to the company’s website. Its sites generally also have a bar and a restaurant.

X-Golf’s Spokane Valley location, when open, would be the second in the state. The company is also planning a location in the Tri-Cities.

X-Golf America began developing simulators in Korea in 2005 and launched franchise operations in the United States in 2016.

X-Golf’s simulators allow customers to play on courses around the world. They use high-speed cameras and laser optics to track player games and provide performance analytics.

X-Golf also offers lessons taught by professional PGA players as well as golf club fittings and exchanges.

A contractor for the Spokane Valley location has yet to be determined.

The estimated renovation cost is $225,000, according to the permit application.

Cantarito’s restaurant is coming to the North Indian Trail area

A new restaurant is coming to the North Indian Trail neighborhood.

Jose Gonzalez filed change of use and building permit applications with the city to renovate a 1,250 square foot retail space at a Cantarito restaurant at 8801 N. Indian Trail Road, Suite C.

A site plan for the restaurant shows seating for 42 people in the dining room and four seats in a bar area.

The value of the permit is $40,000, depending on the application. The contractor for the project is AJ General Construction and Remodeling of Otis Orchards.

Mister Car Wash will build a location north of Spokane

Mister Car Wash is planning a new location in North Spokane, according to a permit application filed with the city.

The Tuscon, Arizona-based company is looking to build a 6,600 square foot car wash facility at 255 E. Hoerner Ave.

The project will include a 160ft car wash tunnel, 25 vacuum stations, drive-thru lanes and five parking bays.

Construction is expected to begin in November. The estimated cost of the project is $775,000, depending on the application.

Mister Car Wash operates six locations in the Spokane area.

Permits filed for a condo and garage complex

Development is progressing for the Fat Cat of Spokane condominium garage complex on the West Plains.

Tricia Jarrett Developments LLC, based in Tri-Cities, recently filed building permits with the city to construct four buildings with office and storage space covering a total of 51,755 square feet at 9014 W. Hilton Ave.

The permit assessment for all buildings is $3.9 million, depending on the application.

Spokane-based MMEC Architecture & Interiors is designing the project.

The contractor is Baker Construction, based in Spokane.

The project, when complete, will consist of 29 garage complex units with seven commercial spaces, Tim Bush told The Spokesman-Review in March.

Bush is developing Fat Cat of Spokane with his daughter, Tricia Jarrett.

Garage condos will include electrical service and could be used for storage of vehicles, boats, and RVs, while commercial spaces could accommodate offices, warehouses, or manufacturing uses.

Insulated, climate-controlled garage condos will range in size from 1,100 to 1,500 square feet.

Rental rates will likely start at $1 per square foot, while buy-to-let units can start at around $200,000. Commercial suites will start at 1,500 square feet, with rental rates starting at $2,500 per month.


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