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Author Archives: Brad Iverson-Long

Brad Iverson-Long is a reporter for the Idaho Business Review, covering banks, financial services, technology and new business.

Idaho Power wants to halt two demand response programs (access required)

Idaho Power is seeking to suspend two programs that let the electric utility shut off power for crop irrigators and residential customers. The Boise-based utility said the two programs won’t be needed in 2013 and that the programs cost millions, ...

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BSU bird observatory looking for new learning center (access required)

Two Boise State University science programs are looking to build a multimillion-dollar learning and interpretive center on the Boise River east of Boise, but first they must buy two parcels of neighboring property. The proposed education center, still in the ...

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Roundup 12.28.12 (access required)

Ketchum Community Development Corporation is leasing 432 square feet of space at the Courtyard Building, 360 N. East Avenue in Ketchum. Kenny-Bogue Commercial facilitated the transaction. The Vault is leasing a 775 square feet space in the Angel Wings Building ...

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Project Update: Power Bar

A remodel of Power Bar’s 2,000-square-foot Boise test kitchen is wrapping up this month. The project consisted of demolition of the existing and new build-out of a testing room, wash room,  office space and the application group’s SensoryViewing & access ...

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Roundup 12.21.12 (access required)

Systems for Public Safety leased 4,400 square feet of industrial space at  101-121 N. Phillippi St. in Boise. Jim Boyd of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the landlord. Brianna Hansen and Gavin Phillips of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the tenant. Performance ...

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Shakeup with Moxie Java coffee shops (access required)

Moxie Java International, based in Boise, is looking for up to 10 new Boise-area coffee shops, as several existing Moxie Java locations are rebranding. The owners of the rebranding locations, including several shops in Meridian, settled a lawsuit with Moxie ...

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Regulators redraw the playing field in alternative energy case (access required)

A new Idaho Public Utility Commission decision opens the door for potential new alternative energy development, though it leaves in some restrictions that could limit new wind and solar energy projects. The state’s regulatory body also gave electric utilities ownership ...

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Project Update: Scentsy Tower (access required)

Scentsy’s new office tower should have its exterior fully enclosed in late January or early February, protecting the interior from the elements as workers continue to finish the construction project. After major exterior work finishes, landscaping near the six-story, 168,000-square-foot ...

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Apartment building planned on Vista near the Depot (access required)

An abandoned acre next to Vista Avenue close to downtown Boise could become a 24-unit apartment complex by the end of next year. John Price, an architect with The Architect’s Office, submitted plans to the city of Boise in mid-November. ...

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