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Construction begins on Meridian’s Old Town Lofts (access required)

An apartment complex with commercial and retail space has broken ground in downtown Meridian, the largest privately funded project yet built in Idaho’s second-largest city. Old Town Lofts will comprise 103 apartment units across two four-story buildings on the site ...

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Boise honors organizations for building excellence (access required)

The city of Boise has recognized six businesses, organizations and building owners whose projects represent the best of the city’s built environment. Mayor David Bieter was among the presenters at a luncheon hosted by the Building Owners and Managers Association of ...

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Zillow launches AI-powered 3D home tours app

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Zillow has launched a new app that captures 360-degree panoramic photos of a home and creates a 3D tour. Zillow 3D Home is available for free for iOS devices. “Making 3D home tours available for sellers and agents to capture and ...

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Planning board nixes apartment rezone request (access required)

The Boise Planning and Zoning Commission rejected a developer’s request to tear down a 1937 Art Deco-style apartment building west of downtown and replace it with condominiums and offices. The project, planned for 1620 W. Bannock St., involved rezoning the ...

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Idaho Central Credit Union buys property in Pocatello’s Northgate development (access required)

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Idaho Central Credit Union has bought property in a planned Pocatello-area development, but doesn’t have specific plans for the property yet. “The property is 1.58 acres,” said Laura Smith, director of public relations for the Chubbuck-based credit union, the largest ...

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Manufacturer unveils expansion; plans more jobs to Mountain Home

Inventive LLC, a Mountain Home-based manufacturer of towing truck products, cargo racks and windshields for off-road vehicles and fishing gear, will expand its operations, creating up to 50 new jobs by 2021. The company will invest a projected $14 million ...

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Summit looks at growing Eastern Idaho economy (access required)

If there was an overriding theme to the recent Eastern Idaho Outlook economic summit, aside from a consensus that things are going better than anyone could have expected in a state where the economy is firing on all cylinders, it’s that now ...

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Winemaker has grape expectations with expansion (access required)

Wright Bros. The Building Company sure is versatile. The firm had three projects selected as finalists for the Idaho Business Review’s 2018 Top Project Awards: a school, an apartment building and a waste water treatment facility. Now its crews are ...

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