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Lowe’s plans store near Karcher Mall (access required)

Lowe’s Companies Inc. plans to build a 132,000-square-foot home improvement store on Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard near Karcher Mall, on the site of Producer’s Supply Co-op, which will move. A bid announcement indicated the store would be flanked by a 27,000-square-foot garden ...

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Housing provides bright spot in Boise construction stats (access required)

Generally strong home and apartment construction highlighted a Boise construction market that saw lower overall totals in April. Single-family housing permits totaled 71 in the city limits in April, up 25 percent from a year ago. The city issued 206 ...

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Idaho Guard getting new, $6.2 million, office and classroom center (access required)

Construction of the $6.2 million Idaho National Guard’s new readiness center is running ahead of schedule and could be complete by year’s end, the Guard says. General contractor Petra Inc., Boise, broke ground on the 73,000-square-foot Armory annex last Nov. ...

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Bagel bakery slated on Broadway in Boise (access required)

Boise is to get a third bagel bakery this summer. Alisa Tueller plans to open a bagel bakery by early August in the Ram Plaza at Broadway Avenue and Park Boulevard in east Boise. The 1,600-square-foot Boise Bagel Cafe will ...

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RiverWalk Center gets law, orthopedic practices (access required)

A law firm and an orthopedic practice plan to occupy parts of the second office building under construction in RiverWalk Center, on Shoreline Drive west of Americana Boulevard. Steed Construction is working on the two-story, 19,000-square-foot building. It is the ...

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Property assessments take a breather in Ada County (access required)

Most property owners receiving notices from the Ada County Assessor’s office this month won’t find double-digit percentage gains from the previous year like they did last year. This year’s only exception, in terms of geography, was the increasingly bustling area ...

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Assessments take a breather in Ada (access required)

Most property owners receiving notices from the Ada County Assessor’s office this month won’t find double-digit percentage gains from the previous year like they did last year.This year’s only exception, in terms of geography, was the increasingly bustling area from ...

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Capital City Development Corp. ‘forbears’ on Boise Tower default (access required)

Boise Tower last week got what may be its last delay when the Capital City Development Corp. voted unanimously to negotiate a “forbearance” agreement with developer Rick Peterson. The agreement, to be prepared for the CCDC board’s next meeting June ...

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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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