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Teya Vitu is an Idaho Business Review reporter, covering commercial real estate, construction, transportation and whatever else may intrigue him in the moment. Join me on Twitter at @IBR_TeyaVitu.

Boise transportation workshop inspires Idaho communities (access required)

With “quality of life” firmly entrenched as a 21st century calling card for thriving communities, several Idaho communities have embraced the notion of adding bike lanes, better pedestrian access and slowed-down roads. Sandpoint has already completed nearly half of a ...

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Kolsen will lead Realtor group in a changing real estate world (access required)

Brenda Kolsen, the incoming president of the Ada County Association of Realtors, is working in a rapidly changing real estate world, where technology innovations make buying and selling a house easier or much more confusing. Kolsen is passionate about making ...

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Roundup 12.5.14 (access required)

Enphase Energy has renewed and expanded office space at Airport Center located at 3160 Elder St. in Boise.  Karena Gilbert and Patrick Shalz, SIOR of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. Bairds Dry Cleaners renewed a 1,257-square-foot retail space in ...

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Small Business Saturday fueled business for downtown merchants (access required)

Small businesses in downtown Boise are finding an increasing public following, as demonstrated on Nov. 29, the nationally designated Small Business Saturday. About 143 downtown businesses allied with the Downtown Boise Association and American Express for Shop Small, the credit ...

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BBB buys office in Garden City (access required)

After 50 years of leasing office space, the Better Business Bureau has graduated into office ownership with the Nov. 21 purchase of an office building at 125 E. 50th St. in Garden City. The BBB plans to move into its ...

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McAlvain Construction builds its reputation around concrete and foundations (access required)

It sounds simple enough. An aircraft hangar essentially is a huge open space with four walls and a vast concrete floor. The new SkyWest Airlines maintenance center at Boise Airport will even be a pre-engineered structure. Those simple elements present ...

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Kuna history museum gets a real home (access required)

The days are drawing to a close for the Kuna History Center’s home in a 480-square-foot converted trailer on Second Street. The museum is moving up to the big times with a new home in the former Kuna Public Works ...

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