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Biz ‘Bite:’ Renovated 77,962-square-foot industrial/flex/cold Boise storage asset sold for $17.75M (access required)

An undisclosed buyer has purchased a newly renovated 77,962-square-foot industrial/flex/cold storage building at 11193 Emerald St. situated on over 3 acres in Boise. The property, owned by Emerald Town LLC, was fully leased to four tenants. Cushman & Wakefield announced ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Idaho AG announces settlement with northern Idaho contractor (access required)

Attorney General (AG) Lawrence Wasden recently announced a settlement with Coeur d’Alene contractor Alexander Welstad and his company NAA Partners. Wasden stated in a press release that the AG’s office received 17 complaints over four months, alleging over $790,ooo in ...

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Wildland Firefighter Foundation cuts ribbon for Boise headquarters (access required)

Wildland Firefighter Foundation stakeholders, national Honor Guard representatives and members of the public gathered May 20 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the Wildland Firefighters Foundation’s newly expanded Boise headquarters. Firefighter statues flank the building’s entrance, and inside, pictures and names ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Chobani provides $1M for University of Idaho-led research dairy (access required)

Chobani has announced gifting $1 million to the University of Idaho-led Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (Idaho CAFE) to help fund construction of the nation’s largest research dairy. “Sustainability is part of the fabric of Chobani. Caring for ...

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LDK breaks ground on its third Nampa project (access required)

LDK Ventures, a California developer of industrial, mixed-use and multifamily projects, broke ground on its fourth Idaho project, the Madison Logistics Center in Nampa. Four projects may not sound like much, but given the year and a half period LDK ...

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A word with Colliers’ Devin Ogden on Idaho’s industrial real estate market (access required)

It’s no secret Idaho’s real estate market is hot, and that includes industrial space. Devin Ogden, who specializes in industrial brokerage services, offered insights earlier in February, at the BOMA Idaho commercial real estate symposium. This Q&A, edited for length ...

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Idaho National Laboratory provides funding, expertise for new College of Eastern Idaho technology building (access required)

The College of Eastern Idaho (CEI) and Idaho National Laboratory (INL), both based in Idaho Falls, are partnering to help build Future Tech, a planned 88,000-square-foot building intended to support careers in cybersecurity, energy and agricultural technology — including at INL. In addition ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ In-N-Out is into Boise (access required)

In-N-Out continues its Idaho invasion evidenced by an April 25 permit application. The storied California burger joint applied for a planning permit to hold a neighborhood meeting on its plans to open its second Idaho location in Boise. This follows ...

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Idaho Falls breaks ground for its first police station (access required)

1950s aerial photo of the Idaho Falls Stockyard

For the first time in its 158-year history, Idaho Falls broke ground on its first consolidated stand-alone police station on April 28. In all of that time, local Idaho Falls law enforcement has shared space with other city departments in ...

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Idaho manufacturers spaced out? (access required)

TechHelp manufacturing specialists provide information, services and training that helps Idaho inventors, entrepreneurs and manufacturers succeed and grow. As companies grow, space can become an issue. Before packing up and moving operations, TechHelp encourages companies to see if they can ...

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