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Coretronics plans move to Rocky Mountain biz park (access required)

Coretronics Inc. plans a research and development building of 8,561 square feet in the Rocky Mountain Business Park. The 1-acre site lies on the south side of Iron Eagle Drive west of Edgewood Lane. Its current owner is G.L. Voight ...

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Tech firm's take on e-commerce: marketing is key (access required)

Here’s one tech firm that hasn’t seen a slowdown. Web integration firm Temel Inc. has seen strong demand in the last two years, especially from pharmaceutical and healthcare organizations, said Roy De Young, business development director for the Western regional ...

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Retail building planned in Caldwell (access required)

Renny Wylie, builder and owner of several multi-tenant retail buildings in Nampa and Caldwell, plans one in front of Wal-Mart SuperCenter in east Caldwell. He said he intends to construct the 12,900-square-foot building starting around April 1 at the East ...

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Mercy Housing plans project in Eagle (access required)

Mercy Housing Idaho, based in Nampa, has received a $1.6 million commitment from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for construction of a 20-unit building in Eagle for low-income seniors. Mary Pridmore, vice president of regional development for ...

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New business park planned for Garden City (access required)

Construction is expected to start early next year on a 50,000-square-foot business park of 15 buildings on Glenwood Street north of Chinden Boulevard in Garden City. The $6 million Ashland Business Park, planned by Dave Evans Construction, Boise, is to ...

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Builder takes over Boise Tower site (access required)

After at least six years of ups and downs, hopes and doubts – and repeated delays – developer Rick Peterson owns the Boise Tower site and has initiated construction. The Capital City Development Corp., Boise’s urban renewal agency, conveyed the ...

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Boise's Bogus Basin packs ski slopes with season passes, ski lessons (access required)

Boise’s home-grown ski hill, Bogus Basin, licked the cost factor three years ago when it started selling $199 season passes for purchase in spring. “We applied the numbers and read the yields,” said General Manager Jack Shirley, who before assuming ...

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St. Alphonsus Medical plans Digestive Clinic (access required)

Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center plans to build a single-story medical clinic in Boise on 3.4 acres at the southwest corner of West Emerald and Hartman streets. According to plans filed with the City of Boise, Saint Alphonsus seeks a ...

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Conference center being built in Empire Building (access required)

Construction of a conference center has begun on the lower level of the six-story Empire Building at 10th and Idaho streets in downtown Boise.“Initially we’ll have a single room capable of holding 70 people for a conference or social event, ...

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