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Boise Chamber to defend 2001 tax cuts (access required)

Business groups plan to lobby the Idaho Legislature to retain the tax cuts and incentives passed last year despite the tax shortfalls a sluggish economy subsequently produced. Last year, lawmakers earmarked a $330 million surplus toward building improvements, program enhancements, ...

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Nevada firm plans Hampton Inn, buildings at Eagle & I-84 (access required)

A 92-room Hampton Inn hotel and two office buildings are proposed near the Eagle Road interchange with Interstate 84. Meridian Hampton Center LLC, based in Sparks, Nev., and managed by Thomas Holliday, plans the project west of Eagle Road. Allen ...

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7th store by Mountain State Cellular planned soon at Shops at Emerald (access required)

Cell phone provider Mountain State Cellular plans to open its seventh Valley store in Boise in January at The Shops on Emerald on Emerald Street between Milwaukee and Rifleman streets. Mark Urness, owner of Boise-based Mountain State Cellular, said he ...

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Mixed-use project slated on Eagle Road (access required)

Eagle businessman Pete Cintorino plans to develop professional offices and townhouses on North Eagle Road. The project would include 14 two-family townhomes on 6 acres; seven residential fourplex condominiums on nearly 4 acres; and up to 25,000 square feet of ...

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Robnett Construction plans new office building (access required)

Shannon Robnett plans to construct a 5,000-square-foot office building in Eagle that would include his general contracting firm Robnett Construction as one of its occupants. Robnett Construction and Silver Key Insurance each would occupy about 1,800 square feet of space ...

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Boise's 'eyesore' ordinance viewed by some as helpful (access required)

Several commercial real estate professionals in Boise expect the city’s new Minimal Property Maintenance Standard Ordinance to have a minimal impact on the day-to-day market. Market mechanisms and the viability of sites will continue to drive most decisions on questionable ...

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North American Mortgage manager plans Fruitland office complex (access required)

North American Mortgage plans to move into part of the 11,000-square-foot building that its branch manager recently acquired in Fruitland. Lorrie Tracy purchased the octagonal building on South Whitley Street, southeast of Fruitland City Hall. She plans to move the ...

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Malheur Federal Credit Union builds larger Ontario headquarters (access required)

A 10,000-square-foot building under construction off Interstate 84 will house headquarters for a growing Malheur Federal Credit Union. CEO Howard Benson said Malheur would occupy the first floor of the building, and reserve 4,000 square feet on the second floor ...

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6-acre Jerome professional park takes shape (access required)

A shortage of professional office space in Jerome inspired a Magic Valley group to develop a 6-acre office park that will house a real estate firm and a bank initially. North River Development LLC plans up to 11 buildings from ...

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New Boise law firm plans expansion (access required)

Spink Butler Clapp LLP, launched by three longtime Boise attorneys Sept. 1, plans to move to larger offices by early March. The firm leased more than 5,000 square feet of space on the second floor of One Front Street, a ...

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