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BOMA Idaho hosts regional conference (access required)

Homelessness is emerging as an issue of concern for many commercial real estate owners and managers. BOMA Idaho addressed that concern — and some homegrown solutions — at a recent regional conference that attracted attendees from around the Pacific Northwest. ...

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Realtors lash out at Bieter’s proposed restrictions on Boise Airbnb rentals

The trade association for residential real estate agents says it will oppose Boise Mayor David Bieter’s efforts to regulate short-term rentals, such as those on Airbnb. Bieter has proposed new restrictions, including a requirement that owners who rent out space in ...

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Law firms working to attract more women attorneys (access required)

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Idaho law firms competing for scarce talent are focusing on a particular demographic: Women. This competition is occurring across several fronts. Mansfield Rule In 2017, Diversity Lab – a Boulder, Colorado-based incubator intended to boost diversity and inclusion in law – ...

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Hospital adds bone health clinic to its lineup of services (access required)

POST FALLS – Northwest Specialty Hospital has expanded into a new service line with the opening of North Idaho’s first bone health clinic. With a growing senior population in the area, the hospital said an increase in injuries – especially ...

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An insider’s guide to Boise Startup Week’s Grow Track

If you’re a business owner, achieving consistent and sustainable growth is likely a key goal for your company. Scaling a business can lead to exciting opportunities, but it’s important to be prepared for the challenges that will arise along the ...

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Boise’s unique locomotive maker once employed 750 people. Now its factory is closing

Locomotive manufacturer MotivePower Inc. will close its Boise plant, its parent company says, marking the end of an unique industrial role for Boise. The parent, Wabtec Corp., formerly Westinghouse Air Brake Technologies Corp., said the Boise plant’s manufacturing operations would ...

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Round Up 9.24.19 (access required)

Heartland Townhomes Property Management purchased 4.27 acres at 8358 W. State St. in Garden City. Jason O’Very of Lee & Associates Idaho represented the buyer. Lawrence A. Ross of Michener Investments represented seller. M2 Automotive leased 1,680 square feet of ...

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At Bogus Basin, summer work promises uplifting ski season (access required)

Idaho ski resorts are reporting improved infrastructure for the 2019-2020 ski season. These improvements range from terrain expansions to greater lift capacity to facelifts of day lodges and other structures. Last season was a banger for Bogus Basin with record ...

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