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Jennifer Gonzalez covers construction, real estate and development news. Contact her at jennifer.gonzalez@idahobusinessreview.com or 208.639.3515.

Renovations slated for CSI’s Refugee Center (access required)

The College of Southern Idaho’s Refugee Center is getting an overhaul. The 4,700-square-foot-building at 1526 Highland Ave. East in Twin Falls will have 1,378 square feet added and 1,000 square feet of existing space remodeled. Six additional private offices will ...

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CWI to suspend Culinary Arts Program (access required)

The College of Western Idaho will suspend new enrollment in its Culinary Arts Program until a new kitchen facility is secured. The college offers two programs, Culinary Arts and Pastry Arts, which were located on the Boise State University campus. ...

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New amphitheater to be constructed at Bogus Basin (access required)

Construction of a new amphitheater at Bogus Basin Mountain Resort Area will begin as soon as the snow melts. St. Luke’s Humphreys Diabetes Center and the nonprofit resort have teamed up to build an outdoor amphitheater that will serve children ...

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Eastern Idaho home sales up; prices slightly lower (access required)

Eastern Idaho home’s home sales are up, though prices have slipped from the beginning of the year. According to data from the Snake River Regional Multiple Listing Service, 96 homes sold in March in Bonneville County with a median sales ...

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PreFunk Beer Bar opening second location in Treasure Valley (access required)

PreFunk Beer Bar is opening its second growler filling station in the Treasure Valley. Owner Justin Flynn leased 1,285 square feet of space in the former Simple Sushi restaurant at 1214 1st St S. in Nampa with plans to open ...

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Project Update: The 951 apartments in Boise (access required)

The 951 urban apartments and work space in southeast Boise are going vertical. Framing activities have started with the first floor nearly completed, said Steed Construction Project Manager Kevin Raymes. By mid-summer, four floors of framing will wrap up. About ...

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Boise buildings take home Kilowatt Crackdown awards (access required)

Seven Boise commercial buildings were recognized for reducing their energy use and becoming more efficient during the 2013 Kilowatt Crackdown. Sponsored by the Building Performance Partnership, which is a collaboration between Idaho Power, the Northwest Energy Efficiancy Alliance’s Better Bricks ...

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Bishop Kelly High School expansion to accommodate higher enrollment (access required)

Three separate construction projects have kicked off at Boise’s Bishop Kelly High School. New classrooms, an expanded library and tennis courts are intended to accommodate growing enrollment at the Catholic school at 7009 Franklin Road. Bishop Kelly President Rich Raimondi ...

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Boise promises streamlined downtown permit process (access required)

Boise’s Planning & Development Services Department hopes to streamline the permitting process for new and existing downtown Boise business owners. The “Downtown Occupancy Assistance Program” will provide help to business owners seeking a city permit. Services will include pre-project research, ...

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