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Amazon announces sixth Idaho facility, a Boise sort center (access required)

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Amazon announced on Jan. 6 that it will open another large facility in Boise. The 250,000-square-foot facility will be Amazon’s first sort center in Idaho. The location will be at the Boise Gateway Industrial Park, south of the Boise Airport at ...

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Continued demand drives multifamily housing through pandemic (access required)

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While the coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the way Idahoans live, it has not slowed the demand for multifamily housing in Idaho. In fact, demand continues to rise as developers and multifamily housing operators plan new development projects. Boise-based real estate ...

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Amazon rings the Treasure Valley with buildings, jobs (access required)

Michael Stewart, inside the Amazon AMXL facility he manages in Meridian.

Retail behemoth Amazon made the decision to develop its own in-house delivery services back in 2013. Since then, the company has built its own logistics facilities and vehicle fleet for getting packages from its warehouses to customer doorsteps. By 2019, ...

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Pandemic places hold on many educational housing projects (access required)

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The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we think about nearly everything in our daily lives, and it’s no different for those who design and manage student housing at Idaho’s largest universities. It’s also meant universities are taking on fewer ...

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Building on Idaho: Construction in 2021 (access required)

Construction cranes east of Capital Blvd. in downtown Boise, November 2020.

Idaho has growing pains, especially for roads. The many projects around the state are the most visible symptom of Idaho’s business and population explosion. Because these projects have been announced or are already in process, it doesn’t take a crystal ball ...

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A word with Clay Anderson and Chap Todd of Colliers (access required)

Anyone who’s been paying attention can see that investing in multifamily housing throughout Idaho has become increasingly attractive. One of the companies taking part in this trend is Colliers International Idaho. Clay Anderson and Chap Todd make up Colliers’ Northwest ...

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Nampa announces coming improvements to downtown (access required)

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The City of Nampa has approved more improvements to downtown, and residents can expect some traffic changes early in spring 2021. Beginning at First Street South, approximately 110 feet of streetscape, including sidewalks, extending southward to the back of the ...

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CSHQA announces new, returning board members

CSHQA has announced new and returning members to its board of directors. Scott Maloney, senior partner and founder of Crain & Company, Denver, has been selected as the second outside director from the business community. He has a wide-ranging professional ...

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Kuna recommends pause on land annexation requests (access required)

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Kuna City Council has denied a couple of land annexation requests for medium-density residential development in the past two months citing sewer capacity concerns, and now the city is working to find a solution. While that is going on, potential ...

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