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Natural Grocers readies to open Hailey store (access required)

Natural Grocers built a new store at the north end of Hailey. Photo by Teya Vitu.

Natural Grocers will open its 126th store in Hailey on Sept. 27 as the Lakewood, Colo., natural and organic food grocers continues its rapid expansion since 2012. A second Natural Grocers is also under consideration for the Boise area, company ...

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In Ketchum, the Kneebone is connected to office, commercial and residential (access required)

The Kneebone Building is under construction in Ketchum. Photo by Teya Vitu.

Development partners Steve Kearns and Matthew McNeal plan to occupy much of the three-story, mixed-use Kneebone Building they are building in downtown Ketchum. The two are building a three-story, 7,534-square-foot building at Fifth and Washington Streets that will include a ...

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Pioneer Crossing will reinvent a dirt lot between Front and Myrtle (access required)

Pioneer Crossing will be built just beyond the new Simplot world headquarters (left). Photo by Teya Vitu.

Pioneer Crossing will stretch the downtown core two blocks to the south and west with a planned hotel, restaurant,  five-story office building and possible relocation of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce The chamber could move into office space at ...

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The Housing Company to redevelop historic Idaho Falls hotel

The Bonneville Hotel redevelopment in Idaho Falls will restore retail windows that had been covered over the decades. Image courtesy of The Housing Group.

The Idaho Falls Redevelopment Agency will enter into an exclusive negotiation agreement with Boise-based The Housing Company to redevelop, as affordable housing, the 80-year-old, five-story Bonneville Hotel building that has been beyond its prime since the 1960s. The IFRdA Board ...

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Green roof market withers in Portland (access required)

Columbia Green Technologies opened its doors in Portland about 10 years ago because the city had a reputation for green building and the company’s founders wanted to take advantage. They saw Portland becoming a prime market for their product: vegetated ...

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