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Meadow Lake senior project draws medical-office interest (access required)

Meadow Lake Village owners plan to start building commercial structures this year in the 140-acre development taking shape north of Interstate 84 and east of St. Luke’s Meridian Medical Center. Office buildings of 80,000 square feet and 10,000 square feet ...

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InTouch Solutions to build in Meridian's SilverStone center (access required)

Teleconn Inc., a telecommunications equipment company that does business as inTouch Solutions, plans a new building for its Boise-area headquarters. The company acquired a site on South Titanium Place in Meridian’s SilverStone Corporate Center, where it aims to start constructing ...

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New property “takings” law takes effect July 1 (access required)

Whether a government action on a property amounts to an improper “taking” will be determined differently in Idaho starting July 1. House Bill 256, signed by Gov. Dirk Kempthorne, requires a local or state agency to deliver a written “takings ...

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Idaho Athletic Club plans Blackeagle facility (access required)

Idaho Athletic Club plans to open a fourth Treasure Valley fitness club in Boise early next year on a nearly 2.5-acre in the Blackeagle Center at Blackeagle Drive and Maple Grove Road. According to planning documents filed with the City ...

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Ex-developer Durkin moves on as head of food firm B&D (access required)

Larry Durkin, who closed commercial real estate development and consulting firm Dakota Co. last fall after a court decision, now focuses full-time on heading a southeast Boise food company he’s owned for nine years. B&D Foods produces batter-covered meat products. ...

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Old Boise buys ex-Joe's All-American Grill building (access required)

One of Boise’s most striking historic structures, the Turnverein Building at Sixth and Main streets, has been sold to Old Boise and is to house two entertainment venues plus a private club. The Germanic-style brick building, which formerly housed Joe’s ...

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Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho pension plan performing well (access required)

Could it be that one of the better-performing investment funds around is the ostensibly conservative state pension plan? The Public Employee Retirement System of Idaho isn’t setting the investment world on fire, but it’s performing better than expected – and ...

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MotoSports relocates to Overland Road (access required)

MotoSports, a Boise-based retailer of off-road motorcycles, has relocated and expanded to Overland Road between Curtis and Cole roads. Owner Bob Bosserman re-opened the store April 1 in an 8,000-square-foot former Bruneel Tire Factory store. MotoSports previously operated for 2 ...

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Horizon sells off 3 stations in Boise, Twin Falls, cuts staff (access required)

Three southern Idaho radio stations have a new management team and a smaller staff as part of a planned change of ownership. AGM Broadcasting of Idaho LLC is buying the stations from Horizon Broadcasting Group. A unit of American General ...

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Boise Tower permit reinstated by city council (access required)

The Boise City Council voted last week to reinstate the Boise Tower’s building permit, possibly giving the long-delayed downtown Boise project at Eighth and Main streets new life. In a 4-1 vote, the council decided April 8 to restore the ...

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