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Home sales climb 11% in Ada County for 2001 (access required)

Home sales in Ada County rose almost 11 percent last year, and two out of three homes sold were not new. Sales of new and existing homes increased by 10.9 percent to 6,761, while dollar volume went up by 16.1 ...

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Local firm lands Boise convention center contract (access required)

McAlvain Construction and ZGA Architects will design and build the 150,000-square-foot convention facility planned in downtown Boise. The Greater Boise Auditorium District Board of Directors selected the Boise firms, in partnership with TVS Interior Designers and Architects, Chicago, last week ...

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Idaho State Univ. relocates its Boise Center (access required)

Idaho State University has moved its Boise Center from Blackeagle Center to expanded quarters in the Boise Research Center. ISU moved from about 8,000 square feet of space in the Blackeagle Business Center, off West Overland Road, to more than ...

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St. Joseph's Catholic School plans $800K addition (access required)

St. Joseph’s Catholic School plans a two-story, $800,000 addition that will link its main classroom building on Fort Street, between Eighth and Ninth streets in north Boise, to an adjacent gymnasium. According to plans filed with the City of Boise, ...

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Albertson's Inc. to remodel northwest Boise store (access required)

Albertson’s Inc. plans next month to begin remodeling the interior of its store at State Street and Gary Lane in northwest Boise. Fixtures will be replaced, and “we may make some changes in terms of services,” spokesperson Jeannette Duwe said. ...

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Development continues at Eagle River complex (access required)

A 150,000-square-foot retail center, two medical buildings, a bank branch and a municipal park are the newest projects planned in the Eagle River development. Developers of the 90-acre mixed-use project – on which infrastructure work is well under way – ...

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'Minimal growth' forecast for 2002 (access required)

Idaho can expect “minimal growth” this year – mainly in the second half, a regional economist for Wells Fargo & Co. told a Boise audience last week. Kelly Matthews, economist for Wells Fargo’s Intermountain Region, said non-farm employment growth is ...

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Capital Educators Federal Credit Union to relocate (access required)

Capital Educators Federal Credit Union plans to move its administrative offices from Boise to Meridian and open a fourth branch there by Oct. 1. The credit union, started in 1936, has purchased a 4-acre parcel on Stratford Drive near Franklin ...

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Remodelers Show slated Jan. 18-20 (access required)

More than 125 exhibits by Idaho remodelers, décor boutiques and home improvement businesses will entice attendees of the Idaho Remodeling Show, slated from Jan. 18 to 20 at the former Maxx grocery store at the northwest corner of Chinden Boulevard ...

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