Our Story

As Liberty Lake's newest retail corridor, NoLL is taking shape with restaurants, services and shops, now open and more on the way, to support the community and beyond.

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Supporting Local

Here at NoLL we long for human connection, and crave the authentic. Small scale, locally owned businesses allow our community to thrive, while cycling your dollar back into the local economy. Now more than ever it's important to support local as small businesses are the backbone of our community.
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Sustainable & Walkable Design

Part of what makes NoLL so sustainable is that it’s people-friendly. Offices, homes, shops, parks and restaurants are centrally located within our vibrant River District community, tied together by a network of trails and pathways. Grab a coffee and take a stroll down to the trail to watch the sunset or meet with friends for a bite to eat while listening to a local musician.

Site History

The land where NoLL at River District resides is the ancestral territory of the indigenous Coeur d’Alene, Nez Perce and Spokane people, who have been known to live here for thousands of years. These native peoples have stewarded the land, the Spokane River and all its resources with deeply held principles of respect, harmony and reciprocity. Strong friendships were forged in this area, such as between Chief Andrew Seltice, of the Coeur d’Alene tribe, and Steven Liberty, of whom Liberty Lake was named after. It is our mission to have this community continue to be a place where people can come together and form these strong friendships, while enjoying its natural beauty and the new amenities it has to offer.

Get In Touch

Whether you're a neighbor, a customer or visiting NoLL for the first time, we want to hear from you.
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