Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad (SIERR) Building at McKinstry Station

Friday, January 1, 2016

The Spokane & Inland Empire Railroad (SIERR Building) at McKinstry Station, built in 1907, was formerly a repair depot for the city’s first electric railway system. Designated a national, historic landmark in 2010, through McKinstry’s efforts, the SIERR Building survives as the largest, most intact example of an electric streetcar facility from its era.  McKinstry converted this turn-of-the-century building into our innovative, energy efficient Regional Inland Northwest headquarters, complete with green office space and retail tenants.  McKinstry will reside in 30,000 sq. ft. of the 68,000 sq. ft. building. Read more.