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Developers create multifamily housing from historic buildings with adaptive reuse

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In multifamily housing, everything old is new again. Developers are turning to adaptive reuse to convert old buildings in desirable locations to apartments that not only bring in top-of-the-line rents but revitalize entire downtowns. Preservationists, environmentalists applaud “We enthusiastically support adaptive reuse,” ...

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Ada County talks growth (access required)

Ada County Commissioners Diana Lachiondo and Kendra Kenyon at the Jan. 7 meeting.

The online version of this article was updated on Jan. 21 to correct the attribution of the second quote. The Ada County Commissioners and the county’s Development Services Department held a public meeting on Jan. 9 where residents shared their ...

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Expo Idaho forming Citizens’ Advisory Committee (access required)

The online version of this article was updated on Jan. 16 to clarify the timing for the official creation of the Expo Idaho Citizens’ Advisory Committee. The Ada County Commissioners will introduce the committee which will advise on the fate of ...

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12-year-old Meridian development agreement changed (access required)

MERIDIAN – A large empty field at N. Ten Mile Road and W. McMillan Street is set to become active senior housing following approval from the Meridian City Council for a modification of a 12-year-old development agreement. The Council approved the change ...

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University cybersecurity program gets industry input (access required)

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Work is progressing on a cybersecurity education curriculum at Boise State University, where the department recently held a meeting of potential employers to determine what they would need. “The purpose is to work with industry to identify content topics,” said ...

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Boise State extends partnership with Vietnamese university (access required)

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Boise State University has extended a program with a Vietnamese university that provides an exchange program for undergraduate Vietnamese students. Representatives from National Economics University, based in Hanoi, attended a signing ceremony at the Boise State University Administration Building on ...

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Tim Trottier named CEO of St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston (access required)

St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston, Idaho

St. Joseph Regional Medical Center in Lewiston has named Tim Trottier as their new CEO. He assumed the position on Jan. 13. “Tim is deeply committed to our mission of making communities healthier, and we are excited to introduce him ...

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Women’s capital conference seeks to improve status of Idaho women-owned businesses (access required)

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A Salt Lake City-based conference intended to help support women-owned businesses will be coming to Boise in April. The conference is Women Entrepreneurs Realizing Opportunity for Capital,from the Boise State University College of Business and Economics Funding Accelerator powered by VenutreCapital.org. ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Jim Escobar, founder of neUdesign

Jim Escobar has seen his hometown of Meridian develop over the years and is positioned in the center of that growth with his company, neUdesign Architecture. From dorms for the College of Idaho made from shipping containers to multifamily housing ...

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