Spokane Regional Networking, Social Media, Professional and Business Development
Spokane sure has a lot of gorgeous old buildings. Is your office in one?
According to the Spokesman-Review, Imprezzio’s home in an elegant Renaissance Revival building in downtown Spokane was built in 1900 by industrialist F. Lewis Clark. Clark made his fortune in land development, flour mills, and railroads. He also helped found the America’s Cup race. Clark mysteriously disappeared while visiting Santa Barbara in 1914. His body was never found…only his hat.
Our structure is nicknamed the Legion Building because it served as an American Legion post beginning in 1946. Prior to that, the building housed the Spokane Club and other businesses. There is still a small gym in the basement and our offices include shower stalls!
I'd be curious to hear from other folks who work in a historic building...