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Construction begins on 5th building in Boise-based Emerald Tech Center (access required)

Construction has begun on the fifth building in Emerald Tech Center, a west Boise office and technology park. The 15,081-square-foot Building E will face Emerald, in the middle of the 15-acre development on the south side of Emerald between Five ...

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40 firms vie for funding at Venture Capital Forum at Boise Centre (access required)

Jane H. Martin, regional managing director of Capital Investments / Village Ventures Inc., is scheduled to deliver the luncheon keynote address at the third annual Boise Intermountain Venture Capital Forum Oct. 11 at Boise Centre on the Grove. Martin draws ...

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Role of government subsidies in Idaho’s child-care industry discussed (access required)

One reason New Horizon Child Care has struggled to turn a profit on its Boise-area sites is that relatively few client families in Idaho receive state financial assistance, Vice President Chad Dunkley said. “In most states, including Minnesota, families of ...

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Parachuting simulator planned in Eagle (access required)

Fly Boise Air, a planned vertical wind tunnel for indoor skydiving simulation, will fly as a business, owners believe. Skydiving enthusiasts Vicky Robertson and Polly Long plan their three-story structure by spring in the Trolley Square development in Eagle. Robertson ...

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Silverstone Corporate Center may include hotel (access required)

Silverstone Corporate Center developers plan to build and open the first 96,000 square feet of office space in the 90-acre business park in early 2002. A hotel operator also is considering building in the business park – which lies between ...

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DBSI Group wins housing case in 9th Circuit (access required)

A recent federal appeals court decision enables a Meridian company to proceed with selling subsidized housing projects, and may set a precedent for similar cases around the country. DBSI Group will continue a two-year effort to sell 1,003 apartment units ...

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KidLink day-care under way in Mahogany Business Park (access required)

Construction is under way in the Mahogany Business Park, where crews recently broke ground on the 5,280-square-foot KidLink Learning Center. The child-care building will be in the southeast corner of the Mahogany park, on Global Lane, said Guy Levingston of ...

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Walgreen Co. plans ninth Idaho store (access required)

Walgreen Co. plans to build its ninth Idaho store on the southwest corner of Apple Street and ParkCenter Boulevard in Boise, with opening set for fall 2002. Carol Hively, a spokesperson for Deerfield, Ill.-based Walgreen Co., said last week that ...

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McDonald InsurServe to move from Nampa to Boise (access required)

Twin Falls-based insurance agency McDonald InsurServe plans to move its Treasure Valley office from Nampa to Boise as part of an initiative to increase its commercial clientele. McDonald has leased more than 4,000 square feet of space in Vista Station, ...

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East Boise apartments get facelift (access required)

The Cambridge Square and Dorchester apartment complexes off Warm Springs Avenue – east Boise fixtures since the 1960s – are receiving nearly $1 million in exterior upgrades. “At one time the Cambridge and Dorchester apartments were among the nicest apartment ...

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