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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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Bank sues Intermountain Sports owners (access required)

Zions First National Bank has sued former owners of the Intermountain Outdoor Sports, which closed late last summer after liquidating its Meridian store. In a complaint filed recently in Fourth District Court in Boise, Zions claims Intermountain and its principals ...

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Rock Art taps Web for clients far afield (access required)

Rock Art, which carves and paints artwork, letters and numbers into large stones used as signs, shows there’s no such thing as a typical online business. In many ways it’s a classic local shop. John and Catherine Englund have operated ...

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Small banks face big-business governance rules (access required)

The federal law that Congress passed last summer in response to accounting scandals in several large, publicly traded companies is beginning to impact small Idaho-based banks. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. recently issued a letter saying all banks whose deposits ...

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