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Downtown Boise food hall moves closer to opening  (access required)

Work converting a chunk of Boise’s BoDo district into a food hall is proceeding, with the Warehouse expected to open in May. The project is being led by Rob Gerbitz, president and CEO of Hendricks Commercial Properties and the Geronimo Hospitality Group. What ...

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Construction and new developments in 2021 

The developer trio of Ball Ventures Ahlquist, Brighton and SCS Development broke ground on Oct. 7 on a new 75,000 square foot office building at Ten Mile Crossing in Meridian.

The construction industry experienced some serious challenges this past year — such as insane increases in commodity prices, dwindling inventory in supply chains and new COVID-19 requirements and precautions to name a few. But even through all this adversity, construction still went on and projects ...

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Saltzer Health growing despite health care challenges (access required)

It is no secret that the world of health care has been working hard to navigate difficult waters for the last year and a half. Yet, amid the incredible challenges that the health care industry is facing, both locally and ...

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New developments: Morton Buildings breaks ground in Pocatello 

Morton Buildings breaks ground in Pocatello  Morton Buildings broke ground on Dec. 14 for its new manufacturing facility at the Pocatello Regional Airport Business Park. The Pocatello City Council approved the lease for the new building in August. The new manufacturing plant ...

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Boise State building food and dairy innovation center  (access required)

Boise State University has received about $3 million in grants to help it found a food and dairy innovation center for Idaho’s food processing industry.  The university received $2.1 million from the Higher Education Resource Council Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission Grant Program, ...

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Ada County new home prices set new record

A new record has been set in a Treasure Valley residential real estate market already jaded by two years of record-breaking high home prices and low inventory. In November 2021, the median price in Ada County for newly constructed homes ...

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