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The Davenport Hotel is Spokane's finest and only AAA Four Diamond hotel. Originally opened in 1914, the hotel closed in 1985 and demolition was considered. Local entrepreneurs Walt & Karen Worthy purchased the hotel in 2000 and gave it a complete renovati...
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Walt Worthy, Owner, ...
Walt Worthy, Owner, Davenport Hotel Collection
After signing Wells Fargo as the anchor tenant for his 17-story office tower in downtown Spokane, Davenport Hotel owner Walt Worthy is buying the financial institution's soon-to-be former building.
But groups like the local firefighters ...
But groups like the local firefighters union spent the time to determine the donors, and this month told Davenport owner Walt Worthy it might cancel union events at the hotel because he supported anti-union ads.
But, Worthy says that was not his intention, and is quoted in the Spokesman Review saying he did not contribute one dollar to the anti union endeavor.
had given money in January to the Spokane Homebuilders PAC, which this month donated to Jobs and Prosperity.
was supporting an unrelated city campaign at the time.
In Septmember, Davenport owner ...
In Septmember, Davenport owner Walt Worthy announced his plans to build the 15-story hotel.
Nine months later, Worthy said he is in the process of finalizing the plans.
In fact, Worthy said he's spent the past month working directly with the architects.
He said they are still working out the hotel details: there are currently four different versions of the completed hotel.
said the planners are still on track to start construction on what would be Spokane's
biggest hotel by the end of the year.
"The law is intentionally written in ...
"The law is intentionally written in language that is vague and unclear so it will clog up the courts for years with frivolous lawsuits, slowing down job growth and discouraging business in Spokane," stated Walt Worthy, owner of The Davenport Hotel, before the election.