The Ridpath Club Apartments
The Ridpath Hotel was opened by Col. William Ridpath in 1900, and rebuilt after a fire in 1902. It was nearly destroyed again by fire in 1950 and rebuilt as the tower it is today. The tower was designed by San Francisco architect Ned Hyman Abrams.
The Ridpath Hotel was a key location for dances and political events, and was visited by celebrities including Elvis and Michael Jackson.
The hotel closed in 2008 and is now undergoing a complete revitalization as it converts to a modern, high rise, residential apartment community. The Ridpath Club Apartments will feature micro apartments, studios, and one bedroom apartments with amazing views of downtown Spokane. Eighty percent of the property will be rented as affordable housing apartments with restricted rents based on income limits.
Residents of the Ridpath Club Apartments will enjoy community gathering spaces, a mezzanine and lounge area, a high tech laundry center, an attached restaurant, and well-equipped newly renovated apartments on every floor.
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We will be renovating our new Spokane micro apartments floor-by-floor, with unique leasing opportunities available each month starting in the first quarter of 2018. We anticipate our first apartments will be move in ready on April 13th. Get in touch with us today about making your move to The Ridpath Club Apartments.