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Elmer's Restaurants to open in ex-Shilo Inns unit (access required)

Portland-based Elmer’s Restaurants Inc. is remodeling a former Shilo Inns-operated restaurant in Nampa for its third Treasure Valley Elmer’s, slated to open in late March. Jerry Scott, vice president of operations for Elmer’s Restaurants, said work on the 9,000-square-foot restaurant ...

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ID software firm launches new cell phone product (access required)

RidgeRun – a software firm founded by four ex-Hewlett-Packard guys two years ago – could make it big. The Boise-based company has just launched a product that it hopes will be used in millions of cell phones in the next ...

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Office market expected to strengthen (access required)

The Boise-area office market is likely to strengthen by year’s end, studies by two of the city’s major commercial real estate firms indicate. “We predict that 2002 will see absorption in the inverse of 2001, with the second half being ...

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High-end homes planned for North Boise (access required)

Boise billionaire J.R. Simplot is getting new neighbors near his hilltop aerie by Bogus Basin and Cartwright Roads. But those new digs going up nearby aren’t outhouses, either. Arrowhead Canyon, Arrowhead Ridge, and Phase I and II of Arrowhead Canyon ...

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Cherry Plaza to get $200,000 facelift (access required)

Cherry Plaza, a shopping center and central Meridian landmark since the 1970s, is slated for $200,000 in exterior remodeling this summer. “We will basically update it – create a more contemporary-looking center,” said Rick Clark, managing member of ownership group ...

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Rosebud horse-bedding shipper expands (access required)

A company that manufactures and ships bedding material for horses plans to move its Boise headquarters by April 1.Rosebud Wood Fiber Corp., which does business as Rosebud Horse Bedding, recently leased a space of 7,600 square feet on North Cloverdale ...

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High-tech biz accelerator to enter Boise market (access required)

A fledgling tech company can have the best product or service in the world, but if it can’t raise venture capital, it may go under.To cushion that hard reality, T2M, a Salt Lake City-based, non-profit business accelerator for high-tech companies, ...

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Boise developer plans office park, care facility (access required)

A Boise developer plans to start construction this summer of a three-building office park and a 20-unit residence for Alzheimer’s and dementia patients on a 2.5-acre site on Five Mile Road, north of Overland Road.Doug Jayo, owner of Jayo Construction ...

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Former retail center converted to govt. offices (access required)

ONTARIO, Ore. – Conversion of a former Ernst Home Center building in Ontario into office space, primarily for Oregon state agency use, has entered its second phase.The state’s Senior and Disabled Services department and the state-operated Employment Training Consortium plan ...

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Jack-in-Box buys former Exxon building (access required)

Jack in the Box has purchased a long-vacant Exxon station on Capitol Boulevard in Boise and plans to start building a fast-food eatery there this summer.The half-acre parcel, between Sherwood Street and Ann Morrison Park Drive, previously belonged to Goodman ...

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