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Builder takes over Boise Tower site (access required)

After at least six years of ups and downs, hopes and doubts – and repeated delays – developer Rick Peterson owns the Boise Tower site and has initiated construction. The Capital City Development Corp., Boise’s urban renewal agency, conveyed the ...

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St. Alphonsus Medical plans Digestive Clinic (access required)

Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center plans to build a single-story medical clinic in Boise on 3.4 acres at the southwest corner of West Emerald and Hartman streets. According to plans filed with the City of Boise, Saint Alphonsus seeks a ...

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Conference center being built in Empire Building (access required)

Construction of a conference center has begun on the lower level of the six-story Empire Building at 10th and Idaho streets in downtown Boise.“Initially we’ll have a single room capable of holding 70 people for a conference or social event, ...

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Meridian-based DBSI-backed company plans product for anthrax detection (access required)

Stellar Technologies, Meridian, is involved in developing a bacterial detection system for the food industry that could be used for detection of anthrax as soon as next month, company officials say. Stellar – the venture-capital arm of Meridian-based DBSI Group ...

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Apartment vacancy rises faster than anticipated (access required)

Boise area apartment vacancy increased more than observers expected in the most recent quarter. Ada Real Estate Surveys found vacancy averaged 6.1 percent in a survey taken the second and third weeks of October – compared to averages of 2.2 ...

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Boise developer plans 82-acre office campus (access required)

Boise-based W.H. Moore Co. plans to develop about 82 acres in the southwest quadrant of Overland and Eagle roads, Meridian, as an office campus that would include some retail buildings. A site plan for the proposed El Dorado Business Campus ...

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Boise-based Building Materials Holding Corp. loses earnings in 3rd quarter (access required)

Building Materials Holding Corp. reported diluted earnings per share of 55 cents for the third quarter, up 2 cents from the same period of 2000. The supplier of building materials and services to builders and contractors announced higher quarterly net ...

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Idaho economic rebound predicted (access required)

Modest economic growth in Idaho is expected to give way to more solid economic growth in 2002 and beyond, Zions Bank economic consultant Jeff Thredgold says in the fall edition of the bank’s Insight report. Titled “From 60 to 25 ...

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