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Mixed-use project proposed for downtown Meridian (access required)

A developer who is familiar in downtown Meridian submitted the only proposal to redevelop a pair of former downtown bank buildings now occupied by the Treasure Valley Children’s Theater and the unBound Technology Library. Josh Evarts, who already owns two ...

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Mixed-use development will replace Jerry’s 27th Street Market

A $10.5 million mixed-use development is in the works for the former Jerry’s 27th Street Market site a few blocks east of the anticipated Esther Simplot Park. The Corner at Whitewater LLC is proposing a four-story structure at the corner ...

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US homebuilders’ confidence eases slightly

U.S. homebuilders’ confidence eased this month after surging to the highest level in nearly a year in September. Even so, builders remain optimistic overall about sales growth in months ahead, a reflection of how steady job gains are leading more ...

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Hospitals hard at work on renovations, expansions (access required)

A survey earlier this year on hospital construction indicated that Idaho is on track with the rest of the nation when it comes to trends in this area. These include more emphasis on patient satisfaction, as well as moving from ...

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Construction industry employment hits eight-year high in September

Employment in the U.S. construction industry rose to its highest point in nearly eight years in September and wages increased by 2.8 percent over what they were a year ago. Construction employers have said they would hire more people if ...

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Kootenai Health invests more than $100M in expansions (access required)

By next summer, Kootenai Health will have invested more than $100 million in expansions to its facilities in Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls. In March, the community hospital, which serves Kootenai County, opened a $57 million expansion of the Coeur ...

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