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Make your transaction a success — Focus (access required)

By Debbie Martin Knowledge Work with a professional who has a clear understanding of key market data such as comparable lease rates, tenant improvement allowances and possible landlord concessions. That relationship can be a key ingredient in the success of ...

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Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE OWNER BUILDER LOCATION VALUE 02709-education Ind. S.D. of Boise City Burgundy Homes 3434 N. Bogus Basin Rd. 23,940 03206-medical St. Luke’s RMC owner 100 E. Idaho St., 203 47,104 02542-multi-family dwelling Boise Water Corp. ...

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Micron donates $12 million to Boise State for business school building (access required)

The Micron Technology Foundation will donate $12.5 million to Boise State University so the school can tear down a hotel near the campus and replace it with a new building for the College of Business and Economics. Officials from Micron ...

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A review of the new IdahoStatesman.com (access required)

After months of rumors, the Idaho Statesman launched a redesigned website on Monday. I can’t call it a “new” site because there are only a few new features and most of them are pretty simple. In reality, the old site ...

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Boise State engineering program hosts anniversary events (access required)

The College of Engineering at Boise State University turned 10 this year. To celebrate the occasion, the school is hosting Discover Engineering Days February 2-3. Because good engineers are efficient, the event is also being presented as part of National ...

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Economic development leader won’t rely on incentives (access required)

Don’t expect the Boise area to become a big player in the business-incentives game. Attracting new businesses and jobs instead will center on aggressively marketing the Boise area and enhancing what’s already here, Boise Valley Economic Partnership Executive Director Paul ...

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New bank proposed for Post Falls (access required)

A new bank is proposed in Post Falls, the first startup bank in the north Idaho city in more than a century. Community 1st Bank applied for a commercial bank charter with the Idaho Department of Finance, the department said ...

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Did he really say that? (access required)

A City Club forum in Boise today hosted a panel discussion by political reporters. Idaho Statesman columnist Dan Popkey was asked for his thoughts on Gov. Otter declining to reappoint Karl Dreher as the head of the Department of Water ...

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Otter’s big blunder (access required)

He might as well have slapped them in the face. The accomplished and talented business leaders who sit on the Idaho Governor’s Council on Science and Technology spent months crafting recommendations for ways the state could improve its abysmal incentives ...

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Valley Initiative for Prosperity director outlines goals (access required)

Boise State Bronco football has the nation looking at Idaho’s largest city, said Paul Hiller, executive director of the Boise Valley Economic Partnership, and he intends to keep their attention. Hiller heads the Valley Initiative for Prosperity, a $5 million ...

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