Accomplished real estate professionals based in Spokane, Washington, Keith Scribner and his wife Leilani Scribner bring more than three decades of experience as a commercial real estate investment firm, Scribner Investment Companies, with a portfolio that includes office buildings, restaurants, retail centers, and other developments. Outside of his professional life, Keith Scribner and Leilani Scribner dedicate themselves to a range of philanthropic pursuits in Spokane and elsewhere.
Over the years, they have contributed to nonprofit and educational groups such as the Spokane Symphony, Eastern Washington University, Whitworth University, Morning Star Boys’ Ranch, and the March of Dimes. Recently, he made a donation to the City of Spokane that will help the city to complete an important public works project.
Under the direction of Mayor David A. Condon, Spokane has undertaken a series of beautification and public improvement projects. In addition to initiatives such as the Greening Neighborhoods Grant program and a significant makeover of busy traffic corridors, the city announced plans to install a large “Welcome to Spokane” sign and sculpture near its western boundary that would greet travelers arriving from Interstate 90.
Continuing his long tradition of supporting his hometown, Mr. Scribner donated a highly visible corner of land, valued around $350,000, that could serve as a home for the proposed welcome sign and sculpture. Located near the Maple and Walnut Streets exit ramp on I-90, the welcome sign and sculpture will beautify the gateway to the city and serve as an important landmark for travelers and residents alike.