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Muggsy’s owners plan bistro in former Chef Lou’s space downtown (access required)

Mike McGuinness recently purchased the assets of Chef Lou’s at 8th Street, which closed in June at 409 S. 8th St. in downtown Boise’s BoDo development. Mike and Gabriela McGuinness aim to open 8th Street Bistro by Christmas in the ...

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No bottom yet, ULI panel says (access required)

There was a quiz at the end of a real estate forum in Boise this morning. It had only one question: Have we seen the bottom of the market? Correct answer: No. The outlook for 2010 is “mostly doom and ...

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Unhappy campers in Boise (access required)

There was a time when nomads could travel and camp where they wished. Songs about roaming and wandering glamorized the idea. And wayfaring strangers were always cool. But today being homeless is none of the above. Not cool, no glamour. ...

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Bids (access required)

Valley Family Health Care building additions, New Plymouth and Payette. Bids to GJZ Architects. Date to be announced. Add 1,285 square feet to building in Payette, 1,155 square feet to building in New Plymouth. Sewer manhole retrofits, 2010, Meridian. Bids ...

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New Boise V.C. firm targets clean-tech (access required)

A new venture capital firm in Boise is aiming to invest in clean-tech startups. Helmed by semiconductor industry veteran Eric Hansen, August Ventures’ stated strategy is to target early-stage firms in the renewable energy, energy storage, energy efficiency and advanced ...

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New AGC space opens Monday in Twin Falls (access required)

The Idaho Associated General Contractors will open in a newer and bigger Twin Falls space on Nov. 16. The Twin Falls plan room will be in the Locust Grove Business Park, at 1411 Falls Ave. E., Suite 821. The new ...

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Capitol opens for public viewing (access required)

The Idaho State Capitol Commission plans a public “grand rededication” and reopening at noon Saturday, Jan. 9, on the southern steps of the renovated and expanded Capitol building. The $120 million project, which Commission officials say remains on schedule and ...

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Boise Cascade states demand still weak (access required)

Boise Cascade Holdings saw a third-quarter profit on its investment in Boise Inc.,  but reports results still down by continued declines in the home construction sector. The wholesale distributor and engineer of building products also said it expects demand "to ...

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Hailey business owner earns national recognition (access required)

Michael Foley of Hailey doesn’t like to see recyclable materials go to waste, but sometimes the work involved to remove nails, staples and brads is time consuming making it almost too difficult. So, to get around that, he invented a ...

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