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Roundup 6-29-12 (access required)

D. Shepherd Family Partnership dba Gem Stop Co. purchased ION Truck Plaza, 5644 Buntrock Road, Marsing. The 9.03-acre site includes fuel islands and a 3,700-square-foot building. Jeffrey Hall of Cushman & Wakefield Commerce handled the transaction. Kidcheck Inc. leased 5,170 ...

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Unlikely partnership works on SE Idaho watershed improvements

Three companies that mine phosphate in southeast Idaho recently joined with conservation groups to work on projects on the Upper Blackfoot River, which is key spawning and rearing habitat for Yellowstone cutthroat trout. Idaho Conservation League, Trout Unlimited, and phosphate ...

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Project Update: Summit Dental Group

Summit Dental Group plans to move to an 8,100-square-foot building at Americana Boulevard near Shoreline Drive in downtown Boise Aug. 1, Office Manager Nelly Gomez said. The practice will be closed July 26-27 and July 30-31 as furniture and equipment are ...

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Former Commerce head Mahn sells Fisher’s stake (access required)

Former Idaho Department of Commerce Director Gary Mahn has sold his 51 percent share of Fisher’s Document Systems to Fisher’s executives. The transaction means the document imaging equipment company is now fully owned by President and CEO Chris Taylor, 39; ...

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Nampa City Council approves exchange for development block (access required)

The Nampa City Council on July 2 voted to trade a downtown block to the city’s urban renewal agency, paving the way for a mixed-use project. The city would get the new Hugh Nichols Public Safety Building on Second Street ...

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Coldwater Creek partners with private equity firm

Coldwater Creek Inc. on July 9 announced it received a $65 million senior secured term loan from Golden Gate Capital, a private equity firm specializing in retail. Coldwater stock jumped more than 50 percent the next day. The money gives ...

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Yoga studio planned for North End’s former Hollywood Market (access required)

The Boise North End’s colorful Hollywood Market, which closed last year, has been purchased for use as a yoga studio. Yoga instructor Sallie Herrold, a managing member of Sky Rain River Holdings LLC, bought the century-old building from Kay Lynn ...

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Building sales boost Kootenai County office, industrial lease vacancy (access required)

Sales of commercial buildings doubled in 2011 in Kootenai County over the year before, in dollar volume. That pushed vacancy higher in buildings available for rent to office and industrial tenants. Both trends, taken together, show that businesses are moving ...

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Eighth and Main tower 60 percent leased (access required)

The 18-story office tower planned for Eighth and Main streets in downtown Boise is 60 percent leased, the developers said. Zions Bank plans to anchor the building planned for the former “Boise Hole” at the northwest corner of Eighth and ...

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Panhandle’s high-end residential market picks up (access required)

Ralph Sletager, owner-developer of the Dover Bay lakefront community west of Sandpoint, just completed a luxury, custom home and has four more under construction. That’s more than double the number a year ago. Including smaller homes, 20 are under construction ...

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