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Alpha-Armory Boise LLC purchased 47,450 square feet of office space at 801 E. Reserve St. in Boise. Jimmy Roumanis and John Starr of Colliers Idaho facilitated this transaction. Alpha-R15 Boise LLC purchased 16.61 acres of land at TBD W. McMillian Road in Meridian. Jimmy Roumanis and ...

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BVA breaks ground for new Meridian office building (access required)

Breaking ground for a new BVA Victory Commons office building in Meridian.

Ball Ventures Ahlquist (BVA) broke ground on July 28 for a new flex office building at its Victory Commons business development in Meridian. The new building will be two stories with 30,00 square feet and will include 60 parking places. ...

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Vacasa to go public in SPAC financing deal  (access required)

Vacasa, a vacation rental company headquartered in Boise and Portland, announced on July 29 it was going public with a $400 million transaction, partnering with TPG Pace Solutions. That gives it a valuation of $4.5 billion, with $485 million for growth and technology investments. “Vacation rentals were cast into ...

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Lamb Weston expands in American Falls (access required)

The Lamb Weston American Falls plant. View is looking northeast. Photo courtesy Lamb Weston

French fry giant Lamb Weston Holdings Inc. announced its plans to expand its American Falls plant July 22. The construction will an additional French fry processing line with a completion target of mid-2023. Along with adding the new manufacturing line, ...

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Bayer/P4 now a defendant in Caldwell Canyon lawsuit (access required)

The former Monsanto phosphoric acid plant, now owned and operated by the P4 subsidiary of Bayer AG, north of Soda Springs.

P4 Productions LLC is now an intervenor defendant in the lawsuit seeking to halt the development of P4’s Caldwell Canyon Mine. The original filing of the lawsuit was on April 27. The three environmental action groups who are the plaintiffs ...

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Albertsons sales both up and down in Q1 (access required)

Albertsons released its first quarter 2021 financial performance results during its July 29 earnings call. Identical sales, net income and revenues all declined year-over-year compared to the first quarter 2020. This behavior was expected since 2020 was not a normal ...

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Idaho’s biggest transit system (access required)

An early bus with National Reactor Testing Station branding on its side.

Idaho’s biggest transit agency runs 80 buses, though it will expand its fleet to 87 buses by October. It carries some 3,000 commuters every day and operates 24/7. Its shortest route distance between stops is over 35 miles and its ...

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Drone technology increasing in classrooms, industry (access required)

Treasure Valley industry and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) advocates have joined forces again to keep educators and their students abreast of the latest developments in drone technology. Agriculture, construction, geology, public safety, real estate and more industries are increasingly incorporating drones in ...

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Merger expands Nampa co-op’s reach to Pacific Northwest (access required)

Nampa-based Valley Wide Cooperative Inc. is expanding through a merger with a Washington state co-op. The merger brings together agronomy, energy and farm supply co-op Valley Wide and Ag Link Inc., a co-op retailer that sells fertilizer, crop nutrients and ...

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