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Roundup 12.18.15 (access required)

Wall 2 Wall Commercial Flooring Inc. leased 8,000 square feet of industrial space at 10718 W. Executive Drive, Suite A, in Boise. Chris Pearson, SIOR, of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the tenant and Steve Foster of Colliers International represented the ...

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Commercial vacancies continue dropping in Treasure Valley (access required)

A view of the J.R. Simplot Company headquarters construction in downtown Boise. Photo by Pete Grady.

The Treasure Valley has seen a 1 percentage point decrease across the board in office, retail and industrial vacancies since December 2014, according to Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate. The office vacancy rate in Boise-Meridian-Nampa has dropped from 11.4 ...

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Nampa Development Corporation to vote on proposal for old library (access required)

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The Nampa Development Corporation will vote on Mussell Construction’s proposal to turn the old Nampa Public Library building into office space on Dec. 16. Mussell’s proposal was chosen by a development committee over one submitted by Gardner Company on Nov. ...

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Roundup 12.11.15 (access required)

Atova Inc. purchased 5,888 square feet  at 3320 N. Milwaukee St. in Boise.  DJ Thompson of Cushman & Wakefield|Commerce represented the seller and Steve Barbey of Atova Real Estate represented the buyer in this transaction. Precision Body Contour LLC dba ...

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More than half of US renters 40 and older, study says

A rental complex in Boise. File photo.

The majority of U.S. renters are now 40 and older, a fundamental shift over the past decade that reflects the lasting damage of the housing crash and an aging population. This finding in a report released Dec. 9 by Harvard ...

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LaBry Fine Arts opening at 8th Street Marketplace

Artwork by Boise artist Tarmo Watio that will be on display at the LaBry Fine Arts gallery. Image courtesy of John LaBry.

By day, John LaBry is a business development director at Micron Technologies. At other moments in his life, he buys and sells art. LaBry has dealt in art and in his younger years he painted as well. Now, for the ...

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Jacksons acquires 15 stores in Utah and adds to Meridian headquarters (access required)

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The Idaho-based Jacksons Food Store has acquired Premium Oil Company in Utah, giving the convenience store chain its first stores in the state. The Jacksons deal with Premium Oil was discussed for about six months before going into effect Nov. ...

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