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Tori Agee joins Cushman & Wakefield Pacific as retail specialist

Tori Agee has joined Cushman & Wakefield Pacific’s Boise 0ffice as a retail specialist specializing in landlord representation in the sale and leasing of retail properties in the greater Boise area. Her focus is on market analysis, tenant attraction, ongoing retention and ...

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Saint Alphonsus Health CEO gains national recognition (access required)

In an Idaho first, Odette Bolano, CEO of Saint Alphonsus, was named one of the 50 most influential health care executives in the country in 2020. The accolade comes from Modern Healthcare Magazine, one of the nation’s leading publications on ...

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Rob Wahl joins indieDwell as Vice President of Special Projects

indieDwell, a Boise-based manufacturer of modular affordable housing, welcomes Rob Wahl to its senior leadership team as Vice President of Special Projects. Wahl has three decades in the finance industry both here and in London, chiefly as a Managing Partner at ...

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Seattle, Denver, other tech hubs may have edge in housing recovery (access required)

Tech hubs have shown more resilience in housing sales as the nation reopens after COVID-19 thanks to their strong economies. For the week of June 13, the Denver-Aurora-Lakewood area topped a realtor.com list of Top 10 most recovered markets. Boston-Cambridge-Newton ...

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Roundup 6.23.20

The Joint leased 1,714 square feet of retail space in the Family Center at Federal Way at 3539 S. Federal Way in Boise. JP Green and John Stevens of TOK Commercial facilitated this transaction. The City of Boise renewed its ...

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Vanessa Fry named interim director of the Idaho Policy Institute

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The Idaho Policy Institute, housed in the School of Public Service, has announced that research director Vanessa Fry will serve as interim director of the institute following the departure of Greg Hill. Hill has accepted a new role as chief ...

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Fannie Mae: U.S. economic growth expectations largely unchanged as some lockdown restrictions ease (access required)

Fannie Mae Economic and Strategic Research Group has some good news about the economy. Headline growth expectations on a quarterly and full-year basis were only slightly changed compared to last month, the organization reported in mid-June. The ESR Group now expects ...

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