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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.

Parma building permits top $3 million (access required)

A sharp rise in the value of building permits issued in Parma this year reflects a sudden growth of business in the small western Idaho city. Parma issued building permits valued at $3.3 million in 2017. Last year, it issued ...

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First paid parking lots in Ketchum, maybe parking meters next?

The first pay surface parking lots opened Nov. 20 in Ketchum. Drivers have to pay $1.50 per hour at the two city-operated parking lots at Second Street/Washington Avenue and Sixth Street/Leadville Avenue. The city will reassess the price after six ...

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SoCal apartment managers are buyers of Federal Way property (access required)

The unnamed party that placed the winning $1.893 million bid on undeveloped Federal Way property in front of the Orchard Post Office is a southern California apartment management firm. Trinity Property Consultants, based in Irvine, Calif., ultimately bid twice the ...

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Eastern Idaho unifies its economic development efforts (access required)

Eastern Idaho has unified on the economic development front. Pocatello is the last of the region’s larger cities to join the Idaho Falls-based Regional Economic Development for Eastern Idaho, or REDI. Rexburg joined REDI in January and Chubbuck joined it ...

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Downtown stadium developer plans to submit design documents in January-February (access required)

Terms of a master development agreement for a downtown Boise stadium and mixed-use commercial, housing and office complex at Shoreline Drive and Americana Boulevard should be in place by the end of the year, according to city officials and the ...

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CBRE opens one-person appraisal office in Boise

Commercial real estate giant CBRE (once known as CB Richard Ellis) is the third international/national commercial real estate firm this year to make a mark in the Treasure Valley. CBRE on Nov. 1 opened its first Idaho office in downtown ...

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