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US home market: Sales and prices up but not enough supply (access required)

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U.S. home sales are climbing. Prices are rising, too. So the outlook for the housing market is golden, right? Not entirely. A series of reports released Feb. 23 pointed to potential cracks in the foundations of America’s residential real estate ...

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Roundup 2.19.16 (access required)

Idaho Chapter National Hemophilia Foundation renewed 653 square feet in the Hillcrest Business Center, 4696 W. Overland Road, Suite 234, in Boise.  Jen McEntee and Chrissy Smith of Cushman & Wakefield|Commerce facilitated this transaction. Eric Fulton leased 1,404 square feet ...

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Idaho Land Board approves sale of commercial property

This office building on Washington Street in downtown Boise is one of several commercial properties that the Idaho Land Board hopes to sell this year. Photo courtesy of the Idaho Department of Lands.

The Idaho Land Board has approved selling most of the commercial properties owned by the Idaho Department of Lands as part of a plan to get rid of holdings that had become a political liability for some of its members. ...

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Albertsons to purchase four Paul’s Market stores; other Paul’s will close

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The Boise-based Albertson’s Companies will buy and re-brand Paul’s Market stores in Homedale, Kuna, Boise and McCall. Another three Paul’s Markets, in Caldwell, Mountain Home and Nampa, will close and Albertson’s will acquire those properties. Albertsons Intermountain Division operates 84 ...

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Roundup 2.5.16 (access required)

Alliance Title and Escrow Co. leased 6,447 square feet in the Video Eye building, 9465 Emerald St., in Boise.  Greg Gaddis with Tenant Realty Advisors represented the tenant and DJ Thompson of Cushman Wakefield|Commerce represented the Landlord. CDI Contractors Inc. ...

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Idaho 2020: State should loosen urban renewal regulations (access required)

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A report commissioned by the new policy group Idaho 2020 concluded Idaho is trailing far behind state competitors in the areas of business tax climate and several local development tools. The study was conducted by the conservative think tank the ...

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Broulim’s grocer opens at Sandcreek Commons in Ammon (access required)

Broulim's Fresh Foods opened its 10th supermarket in January in Ammon. Photo courtesy of Sandcreek Commons.

In the past year or so, Sandcreek Commons in Ammon has transformed from 40 mostly undeveloped acres to eastern Idaho’s second-largest shopping center. Broulim’s Fresh Foods, an eastern Idaho supermarket chain, opened its 60,000-square-foot store Dec. 21 to become Sandcreek’s ...

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