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Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine to break ground in April (access required)

The Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine will be the first medical college in Idaho. Image courtesy of Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Construction is expected to start in April on the $34 million Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine, the state’s first medical college. The L-shaped, roughly 90,000- to 95,000-square-foot ICOM will be built at the same Central Drive education cluster as Idaho ...

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The Ambrose School doubles its property (access required)

15th century Tudor architecture influenced the design of The Ambrose School in Meridian. Photo by Teya Vitu.

The Tudor Age is expanding at Locust Grove Road and Chinden Boulevard in Meridian, where The Ambrose School since 2009 has replicated 15th century Tudor architecture for its K-12 Christian school. Ambrose around the start of year put out “future ...

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National survey: Apartment markets are slowing across US (access required)

Apartment markets aren’t quite as hot as they used to be, according to the National Multifamily Housing Council’s quarterly survey released in January. As Multi-Housing News reports, all four of the survey’s indexes remained below the break-even level of 50 ...

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Survey shows mixed expectations for multifamily housing

The High Point on Overland Apartments are bringing 190 units to Meridian next to the University of Phoenix. Photo by Pete Grady.

A new survey from Capital One reveals that multifamily professionals have mixed expectations for supply and demand in their markets this year. “We closely watch planned and permitting numbers across the country and monitor areas with a lack of supply,” ...

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Confidence in construction is high as Trump takes over (access required)

A home under construction.

To economists, Donald Trump’s impending presidency represents a giant question mark. His unlikely ascendance to the nation’s highest office has already disrupted entire industries. But small business owners and Wall Street traders have so far been optimistic about a Trump ...

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