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‘Best use’ for parking lots a major question as Boise grows (access required)

This is the second in a four-part series on downtown surface parking lots. Boise started going vertical in 1900 with the Idanha Hotel and a string of others for the next 15 years, but six stories was the ceiling at ...

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Small biz lender to set up shop in Boise’s Pinnacle Square (access required)

A Bellevue, Washington-based small business lender’s expansion to Boise not only will result in the hiring of up to 100 employees over the next few years, but the company will occupy a significant amount of office space to house its ...

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Beverly Hills-based company grows Boise apartment portfolio (access required)

A Beverly Hills, California-based real estate investment company has acquired a 188-unit apartment complex in southeast Boise, adding to its already sizable portfolio in the City of Trees. Kennedy Wilson announced Nov. 21 that it paid $24 million to buy ...

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Metro seeing fewer homes for sale (access required)

The Treasure Valley’s housing crunch is becoming more pronounced as demand drives up prices. October marked a full four years of declining inventory, especially in the number of existing homes for sale in Ada County, according to the monthly market ...

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New entertainment complex launches in Ketchum (access required)

Thanksgiving Weekend in Ketchum will also mark the opening of the new Argyros Performing Arts Center, a multi-purpose entertainment campus on the corner of Main and First streets. Now 90 percent complete, the Argyros executive team will thank its founding ...

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New owners have ambitious plans for Tamarack Resort (access required)

The long-troubled Tamarack Resort near Donnelly will soon have a new owner with ambitious plans to transform the property and its facilities into a year-round recreation destination. The Idaho Land Board on Nov. 20 said it would transfer the lease ...

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Report: Real estate outlook is positive on several fronts (access required)

In one key measure, Boise is punching above its weight on the Emerging Trends in Real Estate Report for 2019. The report, which was unveiled Nov. 13 at a meeting of the Idaho chapter of the Urban Land Institute, ranks ...

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Library, Cabin officials hash out details for its future site

The future of The Cabin will figure prominently in a Nov. 27 presentation to the mayor and the Boise City Council. With a new library on the city’s radar, a consensus needs to be reached on where The Cabin, a ...

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