Terry Reilly Health Services expands to downtown
Published: November 9,2010
Terry Reilly Health Services plans a nearly 9,000-square-foot medical clinic at 300 S. 23rd St. in downtown Boise.
The nonprofit community health center operator will move staff from a 3,200-square-foot clinic at 848 La Cassia St. and add personnel, Executive Director Tim Brown said. Terry Reilly Health Services paid about $900,000 for the building on South 23rd and plans a $1 million build-out, funded with federal economic-stimulus money.
“It’s an opportunity to expand service and hire at least two additional medical providers,” Brown said.
Construction is expected to start in January and finish by June 1, he said. JGT Architecture of Nampa is working on the project, for and a request for proposals should be this month.
Terry Reilly Health Serviceshasn’t decided if the smaller building at LaCassia will close, Brown said. The organization opened the clinic in that building, which a medical practice occupied previously, about 18 years ago. Three medical providers, two behavioral health counselors and support staff are based there.
Nampa-based Reilly, with 240 employees and an annual budget of $19 million, operates six medical clinics, four dental clinics and a pharmacy.
Trout Architects, Inovus Solar and artist Nan Rick will be displaced by Terry Reilly Health Services on 23rd Street.
Trout Architects plans to move to a 2,000-square-foot space on the first floor of the former Idaho Associated General Contractors building at 110 N. 27th St., Boise, around Dec. 1, said Steve Trout, principal in the five-employee firm. Idaho AGC sold the building to an investor and built new headquarters on Shoreline Drive in Boise.
Inovus Solar is looking at office space and aims to stay in or near downtown Boise, CEO Clay Young said. The company, which employs 15, seeks a space big enough to meet its needs for three to five years. Inovus must vacate its 3,500-square-foot space on South 23rd by year’s end.
Intrigue LLC sold the building on 23rd. Members of that group included staff from Trout Architects and Ellsworth-Kincaid Construction, as well as Jacqueline and Charlie Crist. Transaction was handled by Lawrence Ross, of Michener Investments of Boise.
Rick could not be reached.