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Tag Archives: Greater Boise Auditorium District

Group questions impact of proposed downtown Boise stadium (access required)

Before any formal submittals have been made regarding a potential downtown Boise baseball and soccer stadium, a local group has raised questions about a stadium’s impact on the Americana Boulevard/Shoreline Drive area. Concerned Boise Taxpayers on July 16 submitted a ...

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St. Luke’s, Boise Hawks announce deal for downtown Boise stadium

The Boise Hawks propose a stadium ideally suited for soccer and baseball. Image courtesy of Boise Hawks.

St. Luke’s Health System has agreed to sell 11 acres of land at Americana Boulevard and Shoreline Drive to the owners of the Boise Hawks minor league baseball to build a downtown stadium for the Hawks and a professional soccer ...

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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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Gardner comes back with an office proposal for Parcel B (access required)

The newest plan for the Parcel B parking lot calls for a six-story office across from the new Simplot corporate HQ. Photo by Teya Vitu.

With a hotel shelved for now, Gardner Co. is proceeding with a new office-garage-commercial complex for the Parcel B dirt parking lot just west of JUMP and the J.R. Simplot Co. headquarters construction site in downtown Boise. Gardner officials revealed ...

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Supreme Court validates Boise Centre’s bonding agreement (access required)

Boise Centre. File photo.

The Idaho Supreme Court has cleared the way to enable the Greater Boise Auditorium District to finance its Boise Centre expansion project. The court on Oct. 15 overturned 4th District Judge Lynn Norton’s ruling in 2014 that denied GBAD’s proposed ...

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