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Deadline for Boise Tower loan extended for 'final' time (access required)

Boise Tower got another breather last week, but the city says this is absolutely the last deadline extension for financing the project at Eighth and Main streets. Tim Hogland, director of the Planning and Development Services Department, said loan-commitment materials ...

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Qwest rolls out Caldwell DSL service (access required)

Qwest Communications launched DSL high-speed Internet service in many parts of Caldwell last week. A digital subscriber line offers Internet access that is up to 125 times faster than traditional 56K modem service, and eliminates the need for the customer ...

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Storage complex slated in Star (access required)

Construction of the initial phase of Star Public Storage is slated to start this month on Star Road south of Idaho 44, near downtown Star. Ron Bath and Drew Newnham recently purchased the 4-acre parcel, now farmland, from Ronald Kuenzli. ...

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Fast-food chains offer new choices (access required)

Fresh winds are blowing through fast-food land. Once upon a time, fast food was quite simple: burger, fries and a Coke, supplemented eventually by things like chicken sandwiches and chicken nuggets – powered a few big chains and a handful ...

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Boise, Meridian to get more Sonics in February (access required)

Sonic, the Oklahoma-based hamburger chain that came to Idaho two years ago and fields two drive-ins in the Boise area, is set to expand its presence in the Valley through multiple franchisees.Two more Sonic drive-ins are to be added next ...

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Silver Spur Saloon planned for ex-Shorty's space (access required)

The owners of Blues Bouquet in downtown Boise plan to open a country-western nightclub near the Western Idaho Fairgrounds in Garden City in late February or early March. Co-owner Barney Southard said last week that remodeling has started for the ...

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Eldredge's Furniture slated to open in Boise by early March (access required)

Eldredge’s Furniture & Mattresses plans to open in Boise by early March. Wayne Eldredge, who owns Eldredge Furniture in Ontario, Ore., leased 11,000 square feet on the east side of Cole Road north of Franklin Road. The west Boise space ...

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6th Annual Boise Commercial Real Estate Symposium planned (access required)

Prospects for improvement of the Treasure Valley commercial real estate market this year will be a major topic at the Sixth Annual Boise Commercial Real Estate Symposium next month. About 450 people are expected to attend the symposium, set for ...

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Eagle City Marketplace adds wine, dress, skate shops (access required)

A women’s dress and clothing boutique, and a skate and snowboard shop are among new or expanded businesses in the Eagle City Marketplace center at Chinden and Eagle roads, Eagle. Anchor tenant City Market recently added 2,800 square feet to ...

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Eagle River office building redesigned (access required)

A revised, more traditional design for an Eagle office building, first proposed in December, will be a better fit with the Eagle River complex and Eagle generally, parties involved in the project say. Riverside Group LLC submitted a design-review application ...

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