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US home construction fell in November after October surge

Builders pulled back on constructing homes in November, after ground breakings surged in October to the strongest pace in more than nine years. Housing starts fell 18.7 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted 1.09 million, the Commerce Department said ...

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Parcel B starts transformation from parking lot to Pioneer Crossing (access required)

Gardner Company in November started transforming the former Parcel B dirt parking lot in downtown Boise into Pioneer Crossing. Footings and foundation work are under way now for a five-level, 644-space garage at 11th and Front streets, the first phase ...

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Trolley Square construction in Caldwell could start in spring (access required)

Trolley Square, one of Caldwell’s signature downtown redevelopment projects, could start construction in spring, developer Gardner Company said. The first stage of construction will be an 11-screen, two-story Reel Theatres building featuring first-run movies. “We’re getting the theater financing in ...

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Inn at 500 Capitol to open by Jan. 17

The Inn at 500 Capitol expects to have its certificate of occupancy by Jan. 17 to welcome overnight guests to the 112-room boutique hotel at Myrtle Street and Capitol Boulevard in downtown Boise, General Manager Aaron Black said. Richard’s, the ...

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D.L. Evans Bank keeps expanding in eastern Idaho (access required)

Burley-based D.L. Evans bank will open its fifth eastern Idaho branch Dec. 27 in Rigby, President and CEO John V. Evans Jr. said. The full-service Rigby branch will join D.L. Evans branches in Idaho Falls, Ammon and Pocatello. The branch ...

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Umpqua Bank will move to Front and Capitol in downtown Boise

Roseville, Ore.,-based Umpqua Bank will move its downtown Boise branch to the former Bank of America/Washington Federal Bank building at Front Street and Capitol Boulevard. The move will happen in the second quarter of 2017, Umpqua spokeswoman Sarah Robinson said. ...

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Moscow hospital expansion brings first full-time oncologist to the Palouse (access required)

The first tenants are moving into Gritman Medical Center’s new $12 million medical office building in downtown Moscow. The building has been under construction across from the main hospital since September 2015. Interior tenant improvements continue inside the three-story, 54,000-square-foot ...

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