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A green renewal (access required)

President Donald Trump, who said we can “leave” the environment during his presidency so long as we don’t hurt business, appears to have provided an unexpected shot in the arm to the Portland, Ore. green building community. Word that incentive ...

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Verraso Downtown adds luxury short-term rentals to the downtown Boise mix (access required)

Developer Chad Olsen was tired of building multi-million-dollar homes with Tuscan designs. So he switched gears, and now he’s working on an eight-unit, short-term vacation/transitional apartment building in the shadow of The Connector and within eyeshot of downtown Boise’s Rhodes ...

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Portland developer sues Andersen Construction for $5.7 million (access required)

Andersen Construction’s inability to provide enough skilled workers led to a raft of construction defects on the Oxbow 49 project, its developer alleges in a lawsuit filed in June. Macadam Landing Apartments and its manager, Guardian Development, allege nonconforming and ...

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Jail expansion has started in Kootenai County (access required)

Site work has started on a 114-bed, $12.4 million expansion to the Kootenai County Jail in Coeur d’Alene. The project will increase capacity to 441 beds. Kootenai County is building two jail housing units, but only the larger, 20,000-square-foot units ...

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A word with Jamie Scott of Mill 95 (access required)

Jamie Scott is the founder and manager of Mill 95, a hops processing and storage facility that her family-owned company is building on Highway 95 near Greenleaf about 40 minutes west of downtown Boise. Scott is the former executive director ...

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