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BVA says it will acquire Saltzer Medical Group (access required)

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With several new medical-related development projects of its own moving forward, Ball Ventures Ahlquist clearly sees business opportunity in the healthcare market. On Jan. 8, the commercial development and investment company said it will add to its portfolio with the ...

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Mix of apartment projects on tap for the Treasure Valley (access required)

There’s no doubt the Boise-metro area is growing and with that comes development and redevelopment across all its commercial real estate sectors. As reported in a previous edition of Square Feet, the Treasure Valley had a banner year for multifamily ...

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1 in 10 Seattle apartments are empty, and rents are dropping

Seattle is building more apartments than just about anywhere, and now 1 in 10 units across the city are sitting empty. Landlords have responded by lowering rents slightly and offering more perks to get tenants in the door. The housing ...

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Homeownership More Common Among Single Women Than Single Men

In much of the United States, single women are outpacing single men when it comes to homeownership, according to new data from online loan marketplace LendingTree. “This trend may be somewhat surprising, given the average woman in the U.S. only makes 80 ...

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BSU acquires land south of campus (access required)

Boise State University closed out 2018 with the acquisitions of two parcels of land in an area that the school has eyed for a new baseball stadium. In a Dec. 21 news release, the school said it purchased a surface ...

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Lava Hot Springs facing housing shortage for locals

LAVA HOT SPRINGS, Idaho (AP) — It’s well documented that the housing market in southeastern Idaho is booming, with home prices soaring. Nowhere is this more true than in Lava Hot Springs, where houses are being bought up before they’re ...

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Ada County home sales drop, prices rise in November (access required)

Fewer single-family homes sold in Ada County in November compared to a year ago, and the average residential sales price is up. This continues October real estate trends, according to a new report by Boise Regional Realtors. The trade group ...

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New retail center coming to Eagle Island Marketplace (access required)

Boise-based Alturas Capital Partners will break ground early next year on a 10,257-square-foot retail center in the Eagle Island Marketplace in Eagle. The vacant land slated for development is near the Fred Meyer store on Chinden Boulevard and Linder Road, ...

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The year in review: Real estate and construction (access required)

2018 was a banner year for Idaho development. A number of large-scale office parks, apartment complexes and retail developments broke ground across the state – one more reflection of the area’s incredible growth. Here is a look back at some ...

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