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Idaho developer sees Boise boom continuing (access required)

One of Idaho’s leading commercial developers, Winston Moore, remains bullish on the Boise market.“Indications are that our segment is going to be healthy and strong,” Moore said. “There are tens of millions of dollars being invested by myself and other ...

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Ada County real estate vacancy rates drop (access required)

Ada County commercial real estate vacancy rates dropped slightly in the office and retail sectors in the first half of 2001, while industrial and apartment vacancy posted small increases.Office vacancy in the county dropped from 7.89 percent at the end ...

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AmeriTitle buys Ketchum title firm (access required)

AmeriTitle recently entered the Blaine County market by acquiring Sawtooth Title Co. at 171 W. 6th St., Ketchum.AmeriTitle purchased Sawtooth Title from Dave Anderson, Chip Stanek and Jan Burrell.Jack Thomas, vice president of AmeriTitle, said in a statement that the ...

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Local connectivity device maker lays off workers (access required)

Preco New Products Corp., Boise – a different company from Preco Electronics Inc. – is cutting staff and outsourcing manufacturing to a plant in Mexico.The company, which makes connection devices, plans to lay off 13 people in the next several ...

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In-System, Adaptec offer USB installation package (access required)

In-System Design Inc., Boise, has teamed up with a tech firm to speed up the rollout of the latest version of a connection device between computers and peripherals.Adaptec Inc., Milpitas, Calif., joined with In-System to offer a complete package for ...

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Boise-based software firm opens office in Europe (access required)

Software firm ProClarity Corp., Boise, has created a new position in Europe to help serve a growing clientele of international customers.Peter Ambrose, who has 14 years of experience in the software industry, was named manager for ProClarity in Europe, the ...

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St. Luke's Medical Center to remodel first floor (access required)

The addition of services at St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center won’t stop when a new hospital building opens in November.Major remodeling of the first floor of the existing building – to accommodate new services and enhance the efficiency of the ...

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Boise area successful in keeping with tech trends (access required)

When I return to my native Portland, I sometimes find myself getting a bit defensive when the subject of Idaho comes up.An Oregonian will make some ill-informed comment about Idaho lagging behind the times, and I’ll have to remind the ...

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Gold's Gym plans new facility in Meridian (access required)

Boise-area franchisees of fitness chain Gold’s Gym plan to break ground on a second Treasure Valley fitness club in Meridian by August, with a projected opening in early 2002. The gym is slated for a vacant parcel in Meridian at ...

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OR developer plans senior center in Meridian (access required)

An Oregon developer plans a multi-format, 150-acre senior-living development near St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center that would include medical offices and commercial buildings.Waterford Development & Construction, of Beaverton, Ore., plans the phased Touchmark Living Centers project east of St. Luke’s ...

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