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Roundup 4.24.15 (access required)

The Rock Shop renewed a lease for 4,800 square feet of industrial space at 11400 W Executive Drive in Boise. Chris Pearson, SIOR, and Gavin Phillips of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. Claymark USA  has leased office space in ...

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CWI to build new campus in downtown Boise’s West End (access required)

College of Western Idaho plans to build a main Ada County campus in Boise at Main Street and Whitewater Park Boulevard (formerly 30th Street). Though a bit afield from the downtown central core, the property falls in the heart of ...

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Locals purchase Coldwater Creek campus near Sandpoint (access required)

Local new owners have purchased the former Coldwater Creek campus outside Sandpoint and have renamed it the Sandpoint Technology Center. L3M LLC acquired the former national retailer’s 12-acre headquarters complex on April 6 for $2.5 million in an auction process ...

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Roundup 4.17.15 (access required)

Ultimate Logistics LLC leased 86,000 square feet yard space at 4663 S. Enterprise St. in Boise. Chris Pearson, SIOR, of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. Morgan & Samson leased office space in Sonoma Square, 1940 S. Bonito Way, in ...

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The evolution of Front Street (access required)

Today, Judy Peavey-Derr serves on the Greater Boise Auditorium District board of directors. But on two separate occasions, she was an Ada County commissioner, and it was in one of those periods that she made the decisions that helped modernize ...

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A word with David Papiez, project manager at the Tamarack Resort (access required)

David Papiez is the project manager for New TRAC Acquisitions, the company that owns much of the property at the 3,500-acre Tamarack Resort in Valley County. Papiez headed straight for Tamarack in October 2005 after graduating from the College of ...

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Marriott Residence Inn headed to Dunkley Music site (access required)

The developer planning to build a 10-story hotel on the Dunkley Music site has decided to bring a Marriott Residence Inn to the Capitol Boulevard block between Myrtle and Broad streets. “I’m working with the city on design review right ...

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