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Armstrong Architects moves to Albertson building it designed (access required)

Armstrong Architects has moved to new but familiar quarters – the three-story building in southeast Boise that the firm designed for the Albertson family in the early ’90s. Armstrong occupies 3,400 square feet on the first floor of the building, ...

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Ethnic hungers feed demand for specialty grocery markets (access required)

Specialty markets can take off when they meet pent-up demand, as Dan Ansotegui found out after he opened his Basque Market in downtown Boise 2 1/2 years ago. “It’s been excellent,” said Ansotegui, who operates the Basque Market at Grove ...

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Boise moves up with 2-level airport terminal (access required)

High-tech security systems and beefed-up structural strength complement the flowing lines and open design of the $54 million-plus Boise Airport terminal, due to open June 25. The 361,000-square-foot terminal expansion provides additional space for everything from curbside drop-offs to baggage ...

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Some Canyon County property values soar with gains in commercial (access required)

Assessed values for commercial property in parts of Canyon County increased substantially this year. “On 12th Avenue in Nampa and the main corridors in Caldwell, like Cleveland and Blaine, we have seen a very large increase in our land values,” ...

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Lumber prices hold downward trend (access required)

Plywood prices are down from a year ago, while prices for oriented strand board and engineered lumber are generally up. Chuck Miller, president of Chuck Miller Construction in Boise, said he has not noticed a big overall change in his ...

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Sportsman’s Warehouse to build in Twin Falls (access required)

Sportsman’s Warehouse plans to build a 47,000-square-foot store in Twin Falls. A published bidding announcement said the retailer, through general contractor Eckman & Mitchell Construction Inc., will gather bids from invited subcontractors and materials suppliers as soon as possible. Sportsman’s ...

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Lionbridge Technologies slates move, expansion (access required)

Lionbridge Technologies Inc. and its computer-applications testing unit VeriTest plan to move to larger Boise Research Center quarters by early July. Lionbridge (NASDAQ:LIOX) leased 13,800 square feet in the Extended Systems building on Meeker Avenue, about one-third more space than ...

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Light-industrial park planned south of Nampa’s Franklin interchange (access required)

An industrial park designed primarily for light-industrial uses has been proposed south of the Franklin Road interchange with Interstate 84 in Nampa. The 30-acre Mason Creek Plaza site lies about a half-mile south of I-84, on the east side of ...

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‘Babies’ unit of Toys ‘R’ Us planned in Meridian (access required)

Babies “R” Us, a unit of Toys “R” Us, recently applied for a building permit for a store in the Meridian Crossroads shopping center, at the southeast corner of Fairview Avenue and Eagle Road. If approved, the 30,375-square-foot store would ...

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Holland Realty opens 5th office, expands commercial presence (access required)

Holland Realty has opened a fifth Treasure Valley office near downtown Boise and is expanding its role in commercial real estate. The company, founded in 1980 by John Holland, opened the office May 12 in a two-story, 7,600-square-foot building on ...

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