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Biz ‘Bite:’ New BSU construction management building announced

Boise State University has announced its new $4 million building for construction management (CM) is being named for the Meridian-based construction company ESI, which is co-owned by Boise State construction management alum Neil Nelson. The 12,000-square-foot, multi-level building will offer ...

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Roundup March 15

Abyss Towing Inc renewed a lease on 242 square feet of industrial space at 2609 Keim Lane, Suite 101 in Nampa. Bryant Jones, Mike Pena and Lincoln Hagood of Colliers Idaho facilitated this transaction. ACC Properties purchased Center 151, 151 ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ House of Design Robotics expands into former Nampa Macy’s

House of Design Robotics (HoD) has announced it is beginning improvements in the former Macy’s store immediately following conditional use permit approval by Nampa City Council.The building, according to a recent announcement, will serve as HoD’s headquarters and technology center. ...

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Roundup March 8

208 Wholesale LLC leased 807 square feet of office space at 1755 Westgate Drive, Suite 125 in Boise. Kyle Uhlenkott and Devin Ogden of Colliers Idaho represented the tenant. Lance Millington of Colliers Idaho represented the landlord. 8 Krazee Scoops ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Idaho Transportation Board approves projects to modernize roads statewide

The Idaho Transportation Board voted to accelerate the improvement of several major roadways during its regular monthly meeting Feb. 17. The projects selected for construction, starting this summer, are intended to modernize aging infrastructure, improve safety and reduce congestion. The ...

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Broadband internet comes to Lincoln County  (access required)

It took being out on transmission towers on blizzards in December, but Lincoln County residents finally have high-speed broadband internet access. “3,000 of our 5,200 residents are severely underserved,” said Rebecca Wood, county commissioner and board chair. “This project was ...

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