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Tech firms open offices in research center (access required)

Veritas Software Corp. and ML Technologies Inc. have opened offices in Boise Research Center.Each leased space in Capitol Business Centres, a 7,000-square-foot shared-office center in BRC’s Apollo Building on North Discovery Way, said Jenny Barrett, marketing manager for Capital Business ...

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Office building to be completed by June (access required)

Palmeadow Professional Suites, a 19,450-square-foot building under construction on State Street between Boise and Eagle, is expected to be completed in June.Beechwood Builders has purchased a space of nearly 3,000 square feet and plans to lease part to residential architecture ...

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Computer training co. to move to larger quarters (access required)

Computer training company ExecuTrain plans to move its Boise office to larger quarters next month.The company leased a space of more than 5,000 square feet at 8950 W. Emerald St., near Maple Grove Road, said marketing director and franchise co-owner ...

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Boise may cut dust-control rules for now (access required)

Earth-moving trucks apparently won’t be required to have covers over their loads in Boise this year, although the city has been working to implement such a measure for more than two years.Heeding opposition from individual contractors and the home-builders’ association ...

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Rising land prices make affordable housing rare (access required)

Rising land values make new home prices increase, and are “taking away affordable housing,” especially for first-time buyers, said Boise urban analyst and planning consultant Wayne Forrey.A standard, entry-level housing lot in urbanized Ada County, of 6,000 square feet in ...

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Universities team up for downtown development (access required)

A mixed retail and residential development with classrooms comprising six buildings is planned on Broadway Avenue between Myrtle and Front streets on a 5.8-acre parcel partially owned by the University of Idaho Foundation.To be called the Idaho Place, the multi-phase, ...

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Co. proposes service allowing checks to be emailed (access required)

The principals at Internet Outlet Inc., Boise, have started another company that lets customers send checks with a few clicks of a mouse.The firm, eCheqs.com, enables Web users to instantly email checks via that are as legal as paper checks, ...

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Rising land values change area's development plans (access required)

Look around Ada County and you’ll see how five years of rising land values have changed much of the area’s development picture.Office and office-warehouse “flex” buildings are going up in areas once earmarked for less costly industrial and warehouse structures.Peter ...

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New York-themed restaurant to open in Boise (access required)

Cobblestone floors, high-back leather chairs, dueling pianists. That’s some of what’s planned at the Manhattan Grill, slated to open in June at the Adelmann Building in downtown Boise. Originally scheduled to open in January, the Manhattan is a cherished dream ...

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Dot-coms with good business models will endure (access required)

The dot-com debacle isn’t over.Internet companies failures will continue as market forces weed out the weak from those with sound business fundamentals, says Richard Rock, former senior director for new business at eBay Inc.“There’s not going to be a complete ...

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