Quantcast
Home / News (page 2516) /

News

The Otter Administration: Who is in? Who is not? (access required)

Idaho has a new governor and plenty of new people leading assorted state departments. But the most interesting moves tend to happen in the layer you don’t read about in the daily newspaper: new deputies who will actually run a ...

Read More »

Dressed for success (access required)

I’m dressing down these days. During my first six months at the Idaho Business Review I wore a shirt, tie and nice slacks (love that word) all the time, except for chinos on a busy deadline day or an occasional ...

Read More »

Carnegie building up for lease (access required)

St. Michael’s Episcopal Cathedral is looking for tenants for the old Carnegie Public Library building in downtown Boise. The library was built in 1905 and commissioned by steel baron Andrew Carnegie, according to Ray Frechette of NAI Kowallis & Mackey, ...

Read More »

ROUNDUP (6553) (access required)

Sprinkler Supply of Idaho leased 1,486 square feet at 2515 Sundance Drive, Nampa. Move-in is anticipated Jan. 1. Chris Pearson of Thornton Oliver Keller Commercial Real Estate represented the property owner. Black Hawk Customs, which sells parts, accessories and apparel ...

Read More »

Bid Briefs (access required)

Power supplies and electronics components are sought for a Boise State University building at 1453 University Drive. Plans are available from Carl Fritz, Idaho Division of Purchasing, 5569 Kendall St., Boise, Idaho 83706. A bid opening is scheduled at 5 ...

Read More »

CONTRACTS AWARDED (access required)

Intermountain Property Development, Boise, was awarded a contract for the North 36th Street Garden Plaza retail and office building at 3823 N. 36th St., Boise. Cost not listed. Benchmark Construction, Nampa, was awarded a contract for Wyndstone office building #2 ...

Read More »

Boise schools touted for historical preservation (access required)

Franklin and Cole elementary schools have historic significance and should be protected, according to the president of a historic site preservation organization. But, he said, that doesn’t rule out commercial development. A task force assembled by the Boise School District ...

Read More »

Boise school population down, but taxes still sky high (6558) (access required)

The Boise School District’s population has been shrinking, but the district’s property tax levy rate remains one of the highest in the state. Since 1997, enrollment in the Boise School District has fallen by 2,000, according to spokesman Dan Hollar. ...

Read More »

Building Permits (access required)

BUILDING PERMITS CITY OF BOISE PERMIT/TYPE OWNER BUILDER LOCATION VALUE 03412-comm. alteration Hormaechea LP Russell Corp. 1555 W. Shoreline Dr. 50,000 03512-alteration, Ella’s Room L3 Partners LP Homserve Inc. 413 S. Eighth St. 8,000 03552-alteration, Special Olympics BoDo Partners LLC ...

Read More »

CCDC required Water Center fees (access required)

Capital City Development Corp. required the University of Idaho Foundation, a nonprofit, to pay the equivalent of a property tax on the Idaho Water Center. The terms of the agreement were included in a lawsuit the Foundation filed against the ...

Read More »