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Idaho lakefront property continues to get pricier (access required)

McCALL – Limited supply and high demand from an increasingly international field of buyers have pushed properties fronting “big” Payette Lake into seven-figure territory.Paying $1 million, $2 million or more for a place on the lake has become increasingly common.Consider ...

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Two hotel condos being combined into one unit (access required)

Workers from Boise Steel Erectors Inc. labored last week on structural alterations to two condominium units on the 16th and 17th floors of the Grove Hotel building for Albertson’s Inc. CEO Lawrence R. Johnston.According to a Boise City building permit, ...

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40 acres bought for industrial park development (access required)

A group that promotes industrial growth in Caldwell has purchased 40 acres of land for the development of an industrial area called Skyway Business Park.Caldwell Unlimited, a for-profit entity founded in 1957, bought the land – half a mile east ...

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Salt Lake City developer starts work on 1st Fairview office-condo building (access required)

A Salt Lake City group with business holdings in Boise sees strong potential for its Fairview Office Park Office Condominiums project getting under way in west Boise. Foundation work started recently on the 11,000-square-foot first building – a two-story structure ...

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Boise-based Syringa Bank reports much-improved earnings (access required)

Syringa Bank has reported much-improved earnings of 18 cents per share for the first six months of the year – up from the 27-cent-per-share loss it recorded for the same period of 2000. President and CEO Jerry Aldape noted that ...

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TitleOne Corp. to open its third office in the Boise Research Center (access required)

TitleOne Corp. recently picked the Boise Research Center, at Chinden Boulevard and Cloverdale Road, as the site of its third office in the company’s 13-month existence. President Mark Tidd said the real estate title insurance and escrow service company plans ...

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Smoking at Boise-area restaurants may become a thing of the past (access required)

Lighting up a cigarette while dining at a Boise-area restaurant may become a thing of the past. Stricter laws governing smoking in public places, and an increasingly health-conscious society, are driving the trend, many restaurateurs agree. Before the Surgeon General’s ...

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Boise-based ad agencies diversify, seek out new clients to stay ahead (access required)

Staying diversified is important to staying afloat in a competitive Treasure Valley ad agency market, but some Boise firms say it is not always enough to keep from feeling the pull of a lagging economy. Others, however, say business hasn’t ...

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