Following the great fire of 1889 many architects moved to Spokane to take advantage of the rapid growth due to the great housing need. The primary development of Cannon's Addition occured primarily between 1900-1925. The styles of houses constructed ranged from Amercian Foresquare, Tudor Revivial and Neoclassical to a more modest Craftsman and Bunglow style.
A piece of property located on the North bank of the Spokane River, which used to be train refueling yards in the 1960's is experiencing a boom and is now one of the city's fastest growing neighborhoods.
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