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Ripoli-Scarpelli Building

Ripoli-Scarpelli Building
Scarpelli Brothers Macaroni Factory
2012 E. Sprague Avenue See Map
East Central

The Ripoli-Scarpelli Building at 2012-14 East Sprague Avenue in East Central Spokane is significant in the areas of “commerce-trade” and “industry-manufacturing.” The property is eligible for listing on the Spokane Register of Historic Places under Category A for its significance associated with broad patterns of development along East Sprague Avenue in East Central Spokane. It is also significant under Category B for its historic importance as the Scarpelli Brothers Macaroni Factory, and its association with founding partners Antonio Scarpelli and his four nephews: brothers Pasquale, Francesco, Giuseppe and Folicardo Scarpelli. The building’s period of significance is defined from 1909 when the building was constructed to 1945 when the Scarpelli Brothers Macaroni Factory was closed. 

Management Agreement

Spokane Register Nomination