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Boise City National Bank building gets new owner (access required)

UPDATED: Rocky Mountain Development selected Thornton Oliver Keller, an independent commercial property brokerage and management firm based in Boise, as the exclusive listing agent for the former Boise City National Building, 805 W. Idaho St. Thornton Oliver Keller’s Mark Cleverley, ...

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Portico mixed-use development marks milestone

Over the last 18 months, the mixed-use development in Meridian called Portico has leased 265,000 square feet of commercial space. That’s about 80 percent of the 327,849-square-foot project at the Eagle Road exit off I-84. In a commercial real estate ...

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Modest gains expected in Idaho forest industry

A new report from the University of Idaho’s College of Natural Resources examines the Idaho forest products industry’s operating conditions, sales, employment and production for 2009, and forecasts conditions for 2010. Idaho’s Forest Products Industry: Current Conditions and Forecast provides ...

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Sandwich shop operators team up to prep staff (access required)

Go into one of the Boise area’s two new Jimmy John’s Gourmet Sandwiches eateries at a busy time and you’ll see employees working very quickly – and liking it. Owner-operators Jared Biethman (2959 N. Eagle Road, Meridian) and Matt Hodges ...

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Buy Idaho Capitol Show set Feb. 17

The Buy Idaho Capitol Show is set for 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Feb. 17 in the Idaho State Capitol Building. “We’ve just got a tremendous response on this,” said Dale Peterson, executive director for Buy Idaho. “It should be ...

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Competition increases among commercial property listing providers  (access required)

Entities that provide data on available commercial properties are getting more active in the Boise area. Exposing properties to a large audience, and making sure information is accurate and timely, are important as market conditions remain challenging, sources said. In ...

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Budget woes reduce Idaho water quality monitoring

The Idaho Department of Environmental Quality has ended a partnership with the U.S. Geological Survey to conduct water quality monitoring of streams, lakes and rivers throughout the state. Gwen Fransen, an administrator with the state agency, said a budget shortfall ...

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Meridian mayor plans State of City address

Meridian Mayor Tammy de Weerd’s annual State of the City address is scheduled Feb. 4 at Meridian Middle School, 1507 W. 8th St. She plans to update activities in city departments and present the Legacy Award to a community member. ...

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