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Two fondue eateries to open in downtown Boise (access required)

Boise’s downtown dining scene will broaden next year with the arrival of two fondue restaurants. The Melting Pot, a Florida-based fondue restaurant chain with more than 70 restaurants nationwide, plans to open its first Idaho restaurant by next spring in ...

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Office building planned at Boise Spectrum area (access required)

Construction of a spec’ office building is expected to start next spring near the intersection of South Cole and West Overland roads in south Boise. A 25,696-square-foot, single-story, concrete tilt-up building is planned for a 2.4-acre parcel along Saturn Way, ...

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Boise-based Vista Village to get extensive remodeling (access required)

Vista Village is slated to get an extensive remodeling that will include some demolition and the construction of up to five new buildings for retail and residential uses. Owner Day Realty has applied for a conditional use permit and variance ...

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Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce schedules Economic Outlook Forum (access required)

A forecast of what to expect in the economy and how that could affect businesses in the coming year is the focus of the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce’s upcoming Economic Outlook Forum. Slated 7:30 to 9 a.m. Nov. 4 ...

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Boise accountants assess impact of downfall of Arthur Andersen (access required)

CPA Kim Peck believes accounting firm Arthur Andersen got a bad rap. Peck, chief managing partner for Boise CPA firm Grow Rasmussen LLP, said the downfall of Andersen in connection with the 2002 Enron scandal has not had a direct ...

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Bodybuilding.com plans Nampa store (access required)

Bodybuilding.com, a Boise-based retailer of sports-nutrition and weight-loss products, plans to open its third Valley store by early November near Karcher Mall in Nampa. CEO Ryan DeLuca said that tenant improvements were expected to begin by mid-October in a 1,600-square-foot ...

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Heritage furniture store to move to El Dorado (access required)

Heritage Reflections, a Boise retailer of colonial-style furniture, plans to relocate by next summer to a new building in the El Dorado Business Park at Eagle and Overland roads. Co-owner Ray Tomczak, who founded the store in August 1995 with ...

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Boise-area lodging industry holds its own in first part of year (access required)

As debate continues over plans for a new Boise convention center, numbers point to general stability in the Boise-area lodging industry. Ed Pilkerton, general manager for Boise Centre on the Grove, said last week that 2003 hotel room-tax collections in ...

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