Quantcast
Home / News (page 2526) /

News

Zoo Boise designs pose challenges; principle puts animals first, patrons 2nd (access required)

In the design and construction world, zoos are a different animal. Even at Zoo Boise, a small zoo by national standards, construction and renovation are ever-present – and ever-challenging to zoo staff and the architects and builders they enlist. “The ...

Read More »

Physical therapy firm to open sixth area clinic (access required)

Physical therapy firm Mountain Land Rehabilitation plans to open its sixth Treasure Valley clinic in conjunction with the Idaho Athletic Club under construction in northwest Boise. The building is under construction at the west end of the Lakeharbor development south ...

Read More »

Restaurant plans relocation, expansion (access required)

New partners in the Desert Sage restaurant plan to move and expand the business on ParkCenter Boulevard next year in a two-building development that will include Class A office space and penthouse apartments.Kirkland, Wash.-based Boise River Properties LLC in January ...

Read More »

Investment firm buys downtown parcel of land (access required)

A downtown Boise parcel of under a quarter acre sold for $357,000 – about $37.50 per square foot – in a live auction April 21.TKO Investments, Boise, purchased the 9,532-square-foot property, on the northwest corner of Fifth and Grove streets, ...

Read More »

Office building to be completed by June (access required)

Palmeadow Professional Suites, a 19,450-square-foot building under construction on State Street between Boise and Eagle, is expected to be completed in June.Beechwood Builders has purchased a space of nearly 3,000 square feet and plans to lease part to residential architecture ...

Read More »

Networking group for high-tech workers launched (access required)

Finally, a place for techies, code monkeys and gadget guys and gals.Not only do they have a group to call their own in the Treasure Valley, but they’re using it to make technology businesses stronger.Kickstand, launched in January, counts 80 ...

Read More »

Boise may cut dust-control rules for now (access required)

Earth-moving trucks apparently won’t be required to have covers over their loads in Boise this year, although the city has been working to implement such a measure for more than two years.Heeding opposition from individual contractors and the home-builders’ association ...

Read More »

Tech firms open offices in research center (access required)

Veritas Software Corp. and ML Technologies Inc. have opened offices in Boise Research Center.Each leased space in Capitol Business Centres, a 7,000-square-foot shared-office center in BRC’s Apollo Building on North Discovery Way, said Jenny Barrett, marketing manager for Capital Business ...

Read More »

Wastewater treatment plant designer honored (access required)

The design of Caldwell’s new wastewater treatment plant has received a top honor for serving the community and upgrading its waste-treatment technology.The Southern Idaho section of the American Society of Civil Engineers recognized the Boise office of Montgomery Watson Inc. ...

Read More »

Computer training co. to move to larger quarters (access required)

Computer training company ExecuTrain plans to move its Boise office to larger quarters next month.The company leased a space of more than 5,000 square feet at 8950 W. Emerald St., near Maple Grove Road, said marketing director and franchise co-owner ...

Read More »