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Interior designers cautious about future (access required)

For commercial interior-designers, business has been picking up since mid-June, according to Mark Heath, CEO of Business Interiors of Idaho. Heath said business is up the first half of this year, despite negative economic trends, and even though “the industry ...

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Sun Valley, Ketchum, Stanley attract development (access required)

In the central mountains of Idaho, development shows signs of picking up again in Sun Valley-Ketchum, and little Stanley aims at big changes. “The indications are that we’re starting to see interest rise again,” said Paul Kenny, a broker for ...

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Scott Honda plans new quarters in Nampa (access required)

Tom Scott Honda plans to move to larger quarters next spring. The car dealer aims to move from its home on the Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard at Linden Street in Caldwell to a building to be constructed on 11th Avenue North at ...

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Harris Ranch proposes school, more homesites (access required)

Single-family residential housing is proposed for the latest 25.6-acre addition to the Harris Ranch property at Warm Springs. The City of Boise annexed the site last year. “It’ll be similar to what we’ve done in the Spring Creek section of ...

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More office space planned near Mercy Medical Center (access required)

Developers of an office building planned near Mercy Medical Center in south Nampa expect strong demand from medical offices and other professional firms.Construction of a single-story office building of 10,000 square feet is expected to start within a month on ...

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Lien law seeks to boost protection for homeowners, buyers (access required)

A new Idaho law aims to give owners of new and remodeled homes more protection from undisclosed liens.Subcontractors who go unpaid from a general contractor often file a lien against the homeowner for the value of work or supplies. Homeowners ...

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Nearly 40-acre retirement center planned on Franklin (access required)

A retirement center with a mix of commercial and residential uses is planned for a nearly 40-acre site in Boise on the south side of Franklin Road between Allumbaugh and Cassia streets, east of Bishop Kelly High School.According to plans ...

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Wells Fargo Foundation issues grants (access required)

The Wells Fargo Foundation recently issued grants to four Treasure Valley nonprofit organizations totaling $28,000, Idaho Region President Pat McMurray announced. The Idaho Shakespeare Festival received $15,000 to support the Festival’s Shakespearience tours, performances of the works of William Shakespeare ...

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Sports Pub & Grill adds dance club to eatery (access required)

Sports Pub & Grill has opened a dance club in its Spectrum Center restaurant, off Overland Road near Edwards 21 Cinemas in southwest Boise.Called Club Mantis, the nightclub opened earlier this month. Proprietor Peter Schott estimated remodeling costs at $40,000 ...

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IHOP plans 3rd Treasure Valley restaurant (access required)

IHOP Corp. plans to open its third Treasure Valley restaurant in late fall on Emerald Street near Boise Towne Square.According to Patrick Lenow, a spokesman for Glendale, Calif.-based IHOP, the new eatery will comprise about 5,000 square feet, seat 176, ...

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