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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.

New veterinary clinic headed to Fairview and Orchard (access required)

Hometown Animal Clinic will fill the Fairview Avenue building previously occupied by Mountain States Medical Group. Photo courtesy of Sherry Schoen, Coldwell Banker Commercial Advisors.

A new veterinary clinic will occupy a 7,711-square-foot Fairview Avenue building near Orchard Road that was previously occupied by Mountain States Medical Group. Hometown Animal Clinic will keep most of the existing medical office layout in place, though one 30-foot ...

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Boise, Island Park are top dogs in Idaho Airbnb

This Ketchum treehouse rents for $75/night on the Airbnb site. Photo courtesy Airbnb

Airbnb saw a 106 percent increase in guest arrivals in 2017 to more than 4,000 Idaho homes that rent quarters to visitors through the Airbnb online platform, the company announced. Airbnb also saw a 139 percent increase in Idaho host ...

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Twin Falls achieves metropolitan area status (access required)

Traffic on Blue Lakes Boulevard. Twin Falls will see new federal transportation regulations as a designated metropolitan area. Photo by Liz Patterson.

Twin Falls is the nation’s and Idaho’s newest federal Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Twin Falls MSA, consisting of Twin Falls and Jerome counties, was the only new MSA added to the list of 390 MSAs in the United States (with ...

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Ten Mile Crossing brings office buildings to wide-open space in Meridian (access required)

A look at the AmeriBen building in the Ten Mile Crossing office development Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017.

Ten Mile Crossing is the Treasure Valley’s first taste of what has become commonplace in the metropolitan U.S.: multi-story office buildings far from the downtown core. Ten Mile Crossing and neighboring Ten Mile Creek are a collaboration between local developers ...

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