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Boise State’s Fine Arts will reside in a showcase structure on Capitol Boulevard (access required)

Construction has been underway since May on the striking new Boise State University fine arts building, a structure that will consolidate all Department of Art programs along Capitol Boulevard. LCA Architects of Boise designed two contrasting buildings, one blue, one ...

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Historic buildings require a balancing act from architects (access required)

Updating a historic building to accommodate modern uses requires teams to balance a variety of competing interests. While accounting for a structure’s historic nature, architects often seek ways to improve energy efficiency and seismic strength.Many firms have become accustomed to ...

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Idaho’s homeless population hovers around 2,000 (access required)

Results from Idaho’s annual Point-in-Time count show the state’s homeless population is around 2,000. The count has been relatively consistent over the last six years, according to Idaho Housing and Finance Association, which coordinates the count.The group said Idaho’s 2017 ...

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Future Public School aims for 2018 opening

Constructing and financing a building are among the most challenging parts of starting up a new charter school in Idaho, but the Future Public School in Garden City hopes to close on its financing agreement by November 1 so it ...

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Adare Manor to create affordable housing on Boise’s West End

Three local developers will start construction in early October on a 116-unit affordable housing apartment project on Boise’s West End. Adare Manor Apartments will be located on Fairview Avenue between 24th and 25th Streets.  The same team is building the ...

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