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Kennedy Wilson acquires thousands of Treasure Valley units (access required)

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Kennedy Wilson, a real estate firm with global holdings, announced the acquisition in separate transactions of three Treasure Valley multiunit residential properties along with a development in a Meridian Opportunity Zone. Boise-based real estate investment firm Roundhouse is Kennedy Wilson’s partner ...

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IRG acquires former Naval facility in Pocatello (access required)

The former Naval Ordinance Plant in Pocatello.

Industrial Realty Group (IRG), one of the country’s largest owners of commercial and industrial properties, announced on June 21 that it acquired a 150-acre industrial park at the north end of Pocatello. The property is currently branded as the Gate ...

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Investigation urged into Canadian mining waste in Montana

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Even with the U.S.-Canada border restricting travel for at least another month, the international exchange of mining waste leaching from British Columbia into a transboundary watershed touching Montana and Idaho has continued unmitigated, intensifying concerns to such a degree that ...

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Firefighters learn how to rescue people from trenches (access required)

Nampa Fire Department hosted training earlier this month for southern Idaho first responders so they’d know what to do in the event of a construction site trench collapse. The training was led by Roco Rescue, an organization based in Baton ...

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Mountain Home announces downtown redevelopment (access required)

Artist's rendering of the winning proposed urban renewal project for the HUD Building in downtown Mountain Home. Image courtesy of the City of Mountain Home.

The Mountain Home Urban Renewal Agency (MHURA) accepted a proposal at its June meeting from Weitz and Company of Boise for the Hub Building in the city’s historic downtown district. What is the Hub Building? The Hub Building is at ...

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Lauren Mamola joins CSHQA

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CSHQA has announced that Lauren Mamola has joined the firm as a proposal coordinator. She is responsible for responding to requests for proposal and other marketing efforts at CSHQA. She brings five years of experience in proposal and technical writing, communications development ...

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Saltzer opens Meridian surgery center (access required)

One of the surgery suites at the Saltzer Health surgery center at Ten Mile Crossing in Meridian.

Saltzer Health opened its new surgery center on June 16 at its Ten Mile Medical Campus in Meridian, at 875 S. Vanguard Way, just off the Ten Mile Road interchange on I-84. Saltzer opened its four-story building at Ten Mile ...

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US selects new cleanup contractor for Idaho nuclear site

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho (AP) — The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a new $6.4 billion contract to clean up nuclear waste at its sprawling site in Idaho, which includes a national laboratory that does nuclear research. The Energy Department ...

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Is the red-hot housing market finally starting to cool down? (access required)

Home price appreciation for Idaho, Utah and the United States over time.

After over a year of record-breaking price increases and record-breaking low inventory, it almost seems like there is no new news in Idaho residential real estate. More record-breaking price increases Once again, the median home price in Ada County has ...

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Electronic Cash Systems opens Boise branch (access required)

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ECS hosted a grand opening for its Boise branch on June 8 that will offer a variety of payment options and in-person support for businesses in the Treasure Valley. ECS’s new branch will be located at The Owyhee in downtown ...

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