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Steed Construction putting finishing touches on Emerald Tech addition (access required)

Steed Construction is putting the final touches on the fifth and latest addition to the Emerald Tech Center, and developer RS Hosac said the pace of construction for the remaining four buildings will depend on demand for leases at the ...

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Developer sued by backer of shopping centers (access required)

Larry Durkin, who was instrumental in development of the Crossroads Center on Fairview Avenue and the Family Center on Federal Way, has been sued for $1.7 million or more by one of the backers of the projects, Nick Vidalakis. Durkin, ...

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Head Start finally finds affordable site in Meridian (access required)

After searching for nearly a year, early-childhood education agency Head Start has found a site for a Meridian classroom center and playground. Friends of Children and Families, the grantee and administrator of Head Start programs in Ada and Elmore counties, ...

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Development firm's bankruptcy includes disputed debt (access required)

Boise-based real estate development and consulting firm Dakota Co. filed for bankruptcy Aug. 30 in Boise, listing about 30 creditors and more than $2.4 million in debt. The company has assets between $500,000 and $1 million, according to the voluntary ...

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Washington Trust to add 5th outlet in Valley (access required)

Washington Trust Bank plans to build a branch office in a shopping center anchored by a new Wal-Mart Supercenter store near State and Glenwood streets in Garden City. The Spokane-based bank aims to open the new branch in early summer, ...

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Norco Inc. plans $8 million Nampa plant (access required)

Soon, Norco Inc. will be “harvesting the skies” for the gases it needs in its welding and medical supply business – instead of driving hundreds of miles to plants in big cities, CEO Jim Kissler said. Boise-based Norco is building ...

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Bittercreek Ale House owner builds adjacent lounge, eatery (access required)

Bittercreek Ale House proprietor Dave Krick plans to open a lounge and eatery in late October adjacent to Bittercreek in the Fidelity Building on Eighth Street between Bannock and Idaho streets. The Red Feather Lounge is under construction in a ...

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Second gas-fired power plant proposed for Mountain Home (access required)

A second natural-gas-fire generating plant proposed in Mountain Home may help Idaho Power Co. get the additional energy supply it needs in the next several years. Even as Idaho Power is operating its new 90-megawatt natural-gas-fired plant there – and ...

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Developer changes plans for site near Crane Creek (access required)

An all-residential plan has replaced the commercial and residential mix originally tabbed for 6 acres bordered by Bogus Basin Road and Crane Creek in north Boise. Bill Hodges, principal in Western Realty Advisors in Boise, late last year announced plans ...

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New urban renewal district for “Old” Boise moves ahead (access required)

After two years of talk, property owners pushing for an urban renewal district in east downtown Boise have won tentative approval from the Boise City Council, starting a process that could yield a parking garage and other improvements in a ...

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