Tenant Directory

Community Building
35 W. Main

Sticker92.3 & 88.1 FM KYRS
Thin Air Community Radio

Suite 340
(509) 747-3012 (office)
(509) 747-3807 (on air)

KYRS – Thin Air Community Radio is a volunteer-powered, non-commercial, listener-supported community radio station in Spokane, WA.

Blueprints4learningBlueprints for Learning
Suite 110 Community Building Children’s Center (CBCC)
Suite 280 Child Care Training Institute (CCTI)
(509) 777-0822

Supporting young children, their families, and the staff who care for them in child care settings through the development of environments that foster friendship, curiosity, self esteem, joy and respect; where everyone’s talents are fully challenged and recognized.

1909711_41873635045_2982_n-1Center For Justice
Suite 300
(509) 835-5211

The Center for Justice is dedicated to the experience of justice for those of limited resources. We work with compassion for people, a commitment to community empowerment, and with an awareness of the sacredness of the Earth.

540012_10150992658665791_1400752796_nCircle of Security
Suite 313

An early intervention program for parents and children.

MF21048Conservation Northwest
Suite 220
(509) 747-1663

Protecting and connecting old-growth forest and other wild areas from the Washington coast to the BC Rockies.

Eastern Washington Voters
Community Building Annex, Suite 270
(509) 850-3414

Making Eastern Washington More Progressive

Third Floor
(509) 838-1965

A statewide public interest group working to promote healthy communities and cities while protecting farmland, forests and shorelines today and for future generations.

Inland Northwest Land Conservancy

Suite 210
(509) 328-2939

INLT protects the region’s natural lands, waters, and working farms and forests for the benefit of wildlife, our community, and future generations.

Suite 100
(509) 464-7677

Fair Trade, earth friendly and local gifts and clothing.

newlogoNorthwest Fair Housing Alliance
Suite 250
(509) 325-2665

The mission of the Northwest Fair Housing Alliance is to eliminate housing discrimination and to ensure equal housing opportunity for the people of Washington State through education, counseling, and advocacy.

imagesNorthwest Mediation Center
Suite 230
(509) 456-0103

Our mission is to foster, provide, and teach peaceful problem solving.

300x300Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane
Suite 120M
(509) 838-7870

PJALS of Spokane engages individuals and local communities in building a just and nonviolent world.

999026_348917381904946_1602995501_nRefugee Connections Spokane
Suite 205
(509) 209-2384

Refugee Connections Spokane provides a link for refugees with the large Spokane community through participatory projects, activities and events. 

sos_logo_good_color_copySave our Wild Salmon
Suite 200
(509) 747-2030

Save Our wild Salmon is a diverse, nationwide coalition working together to restore wild salmon and steelhead to the Columbia and Snake River Basins.

579323_354267594624335_1875062732_nSustainable Resources INW 
Suite 240
(509) 209-2861

Sustainable Resources INW makes Spokane a more resilient community by providing education and information about sustainable practices.

12011390_930003740400049_3155579407360854271_nUnemployment Law Project
Suite 370
(509) 624-9178
(800) 940-9178

The Unemployment Law Project provides free legal assistance and information to people in Washington State who have been denied unemployment benefits or whose award of benefits is challenged.

Saranac Building
25 W. Main

ZATNI/Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
Suite 434

A nonprofit organization representing 57 Northwest tribal governments from Oregon, Idaho, Washington, southeast Alaska, Northern California and Western Montana. 

bricklin-newmanBricklin & Newman, LLP
Suite 234
(877) 264.7220

Attorneys specializing in environmental, land use, green building, energy, and Native American law.

cct-tCCT/Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation
Suite 434

Confederated Tribes strive to protect and enhance the quality of life for Colville tribal members and at the same time, govern as a sovereign nation.

263617_188379891215134_3028131_nCenter for Environmental Law & Policy
Suite 234
(509) 209-2899

CELP was founded in 1993 to serve as a voice for the public interest water resource management and preservation in Washington state.

CharleyGurche_0045aCharley Gurche Photography
Suite 220
(509) 496-9967

The finest in scenic, nature and landscape photography, Charley’s work has appeared in Audubon, Outside, National Geographic, and many other magazines.

CBF-LOGO-246x300Community Building Foundation
Suite 210
(509) 456-5977

Community Building Foundation empowers local organizations to help our community experience justice, vibrancy and sustainability. 

Community Building LLC
Suite 218

The Community Building’s mission is to host, inspire and be a catalyst for social change in Spokane and throughout our region.

Community Building Meditation Room
2nd Floor East

Zen Center of Spokane, Benefaction Sangha, Meditation Group.

1929732_52308103606_1972_nCommunity-Minded Enterprises
Suite 310
(509) 444-3088
Fax: (509) 444-3077

Community-Minded Enterprises encourages and demonstrates long-term community well-being by offering skills, strategies and services through which communities achieve and sustain greater resiliency. 

1929732_52308103606_1972_nCommunity-Minded Television
4th Floor
(509) 444-3381
Fax: (509) 444-3077

Community-Minded Television (CMTV) offers programming that focuses on community strengths and solutions. Through locally-produced shows, CMTV provides a forum for diverse points-of-view. 

spokaneEdible Tree Project
Suite 244

Spokane Edible Tree Project makes use of existing community resources by educating the public on edible tree care, building community capacities, and implementing product recovery methods.

10313031_671140072951661_3632454911400821964_nGreater Spokane Progress
Suite 222
(509) 624-5657

Greater Spokane Progress, a network of more than 30 socially responsible organizations and leaders, is a catalyst for systemic change in Spokane.

kalispel_tribe_of_indians_logoKT/Kalispel Tribe of Indians

It is our mission to continue strengthening and building our community while preserving our cultural and natural heritage. We will continue striving to be a good neighbor to the greater community.


2096_62582930873_62576950873_2504959_5896_nThe Lands Council
Suite 222
(509) 838-4912
(509) 209-2400

We preserve and revitalize Inland Northwest forests, water, and wildlife through advocacy, education, effective action, and community engagement. We collaborate with a broad range of interested parties to seek smart and mutually respectful solutions to environment and health issues.

urlSpokane NAACP #1137
Suite 239
(509) 202-2425

Nancy McKennon, Architect
Suite 440 Loft
(509) 838-3600


Nancy McKennon’s practice is centered on custom designed residences, residential remodels and additions, garages and out buildings. Meeting the clients budget and providing energy efficient designs using sustainable materials are top priorities.

Patsy O’Connor, Architect
Suite 440 Loft
(509) 838-3600

PrintSaranac Art Projects
Suite 110

Saranac Art Projects is a non-profit artist cooperative designed to support and educate artists and their communities while inspiring a vibrant contemporary art culture throughout the Inland Northwest.  Current membership numbers around two dozen, representing a dynamic cross-section of established and emerging contemporary artists.

PrintSierra Club Beyond Coal Campaign
Suite 244
(509) 209-2395

The Sierra Club’s members are more than 700,000 of your friends and neighbors. Inspired by nature, we work together to protect our communities and the planet.  The Club is America’s oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization.

State Senator Andy Billig
Suite 237
(509) 209-2427
3rd Legislative District – Spokane

OrmsbyPhotoState Representative Timm Ormsby
Suite 238
(509) 458-2122
3rd Legislative District Position 1- Spokane

State Representative Marcus Riccelli
Suite 239
3rd Legislative District Position 2- Spokane

Represents the heartland of the downtown Spokane area, extending to the North Side and the South Hill.

UCUT-logoUpper Columbia United Tribes (UCUT)
Suite 434
(509) 838-1057

UCUT was formed to ensure a healthy future for the traditional territorial lands of our ancestors and takes a proactive and collaborative approach to promoting Indian culture, fish, water, wildlife and habitat.