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Commercial lots sold near Notus-Parma interchange (access required)

Three businesses recently bought building lots in 20-26 Commercial Park, a development on the north side of U.S. 20-26 west of the Notus-Parma interchange with Interstate 84, north of Caldwell. Smithcraft Cabinets, Bowers Transport and Everlasting Curbs / Precast Concrete ...

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Airway project hits Boise Planning & Zoning snag (access required)

A Boise developer’s plan to construct a multi-tenant commercial building for retail use in south Boise has hit a snag. The Boise Planning & Zoning Commission on June 2 recommended denial of a rezoning request and development agreement submitted by ...

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Extended Systems adopts 'poison pill' anti-takeover plan (access required)

Directors of Boise-based software company Extended Systems Inc. recently approved a stockholder-rights plan designed to help prevent hostile takeovers and certain large, unannounced purchases of its stock. The Extended Systems Board of Directors adopted the plan, also known as a ...

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Comfort Suites due at I-84, Eagle Road (access required)

A 77-room Comfort Suites hotel is planned northwest of the Eagle Road-Interstate 84 interchange, on Allen Street next to Holiday Inn Express & Suites. Eagle resident Kanti Patel is president of the limited-liability company that will own Comfort Suites. He ...

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Caldwell's Clearwater Plaza signs tenants (access required)

Construction is wrapping up this month on the first of a four-lot commercial and retail subdivision in Caldwell at East Cleveland Boulevard and Ustick Road. Called Clearwater Plaza, the 6-acre parcel adjacent to Wal-Mart is under development by Renny Wylie, ...

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Elks Hospital plans $1.6 million building (access required)

The Idaho Elks Rehabilitation Hospital plans to break ground later this month on a $1.6 million medical office building near its North End Boise hospital at Fort and Robbins streets. Joseph Caroselli, Idaho Elks administrator, said construction is expected to ...

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Former restaurant could become office space (access required)

The former Lock Stock & Barrel restaurant building on Emerald Street in central Boise has sold, and may be remodeled into office space. The 9,640-square-foot building, on the south side of Emerald between Garden and Orchard streets, has been largely ...

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Nampa's MPC Computers plows steadily through IT slump (access required)

Despite a seemingly endless IT slump, MPC Computers continues to make money for its owner, Gores Technology Group, and continues to employ about 1,000 people in Nampa. While some other high-tech companies – notably Zilog Inc. and Jabil Circuit – ...

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Lodge Logs Homes to double manufacturing capacity, build new corp. office (access required)

Lodge Log Homes, a Boise company that makes log-home kits, plans to double its manufacturing capacity and build a new corporate office. Owner Dan Balbach expects the company’s new plant, under development on Yamhill Road, to operate at nearly full ...

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Batteries Plus charges into Valley market (access required)

Batteries Plus, a Wisconsin-based seller of common and not-so-common batteries, plans to light up its first Idaho store in early July on South Cole Road. Franchisees Tom Sellin Jr. and Tom Sellin Sr. have purchased a 5,000-square-foot building on South ...

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