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Whole Foods-Walgreens project to get more visible

Crews working on the Whole Foods Market and Walgreens pharmacy buildings will start removing fencing around the site on the east end of downtown Boise in the next few weeks so they can install sidewalks, trees and light poles, said Rick ...

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H&M eyes former Borders space in mall

Fashion retailer H&M is eyeing the former Borders Books Music Movies space in the Boise Towne Square mall. Mall owner General Growth Properties submitted a design review application proposing to remodel the façade of the former Borders space, said Boise ...

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Approval of BSU housing on Greenbelt challenged in court

Filings in Ada County Fourth District Court could delay a developer’s plan to build housing for 622 Boise State University students by the fall semester of 2013. At issue is a five-story building planned on 3.4 acres at 1004 Royal ...

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Fred Meyer-anchored Eagle Island Marketplace signs tenants (access required)

More construction is set to begin soon at Eagle Island Marketplace, where a Fred Meyer grocery and department store is opening June 22. The 40-acre development is at the northeast corner of U.S. 20-26 and Linder Road in southwest Eagle. ...

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Portable restroom businesses diversify to survive (access required)

When the portable restroom business tanked around 2008, the owner of A Company Portable Restrooms started looking around for ways to diversify. Now Jeff Moore offers his company’s services clearing restaurant grease traps, pumping residential septic tanks, and hauling and ...

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Project Update: Southwark Metal Manufacturing (access required)

Southwark Metal Manufacturing Co.’s 79,500-square-foot building in Caldwell is slated for completion in September. Philadelphia-based Southwark makes prefabricated ductwork for homes. The Caldwell plant, its sixth, will open the Pacific Northwest market, , President Bill Spiegel said. Production will start ...

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New WinCo planned for Coeur d’Alene (access required)

A WinCo Foods store is slated in a development planned at the northeast corner of Appleway Lane and Ramsey Road in Coeur d’Alene. Plans for The CrossRoads Coeur d’Alene call for nearly 143,000 square feet of commercial building space, including ...

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Sportsman’s Warehouse to reopen Nampa store (access required)

Sportsman’s Warehouse plans to reopen the 48,704-square-foot Nampa store it closed in 2009 during a company restructuring effort. Nampa Store Manager Matt Sisco said the reopening is set in August. The building is on Marketplace Boulevard in the Treasure Valley ...

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Coldwater gets NASDAQ warning

Coldwater Creek Inc. must increase its stock price to $1 or higher to remain listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market, the Sandpoint-based company said in a regulatory filing June 15. A June 14 letter from Nasdaq said Coldwater has an ...

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Easements mulled for Eighth & Main tower

Boise’s urban renewal agency is considering height limitation and air-rights easements for the Eighth & Main retail and office tower planned downtown. The height limitation easement would preclude any building, structure or other improvement over 64 feet above the finished ...

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