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$4.2 million in HUD homeless grants for Idaho (access required)

Twenty-seven Idaho homeless assistance projects have received funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development totaling $4.2 million. On Jan. 14, Secretary Ben Carson announced the awards, known as Tier 1 grants. They are designated to support projects that are ...

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Boise embarks on new North End planning process (access required)

A new vision of Boise’s North End neighborhood is beginning to take shape thanks to a workshop that allowed the public to offer feedback. The City of Boise and the North End Neighborhood Association held the evening workshop on Jan. ...

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Roundup: 1.21.20

Coltrin Door & Moulding, LLC leased 9,000 square feet of space at 2929 S. Cole Rd. Suite 100 in Boise. The Sundance Company represented the landlord. Lee and Associates represented the tenant. Rob Goodson Plumbing leased 2,100 square feet at 5103 ...

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Downtown Lifestyle: The Afton promotes urban living in Boise (access required)

Stroll down 8th Street in Boise’s BoDo district and you’ll pass a mix of busy shops, restaurants and other commercial spaces. A little farther south, at the intersection with River Street, is the yellow, multi-story condominium development The Afton, which ...

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Catching up with Vacasa, as it trips along with a new CTO

photo of idaho vacasa home

You may think of Vacasa as a vacation rental company, but it’s really not. It’s a technology company. Just ask the new chief technology officer (CTO). “Our founder was passionate about technology in the early days of the company,” said ...

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Developers create multifamily housing from historic buildings with adaptive reuse

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In multifamily housing, everything old is new again. Developers are turning to adaptive reuse to convert old buildings in desirable locations to apartments that not only bring in top-of-the-line rents but revitalize entire downtowns. Preservationists, environmentalists applaud “We enthusiastically support adaptive reuse,” ...

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Ada County talks growth (access required)

Ada County Commissioners Diana Lachiondo and Kendra Kenyon at the Jan. 7 meeting.

The online version of this article was updated on Jan. 21 to correct the attribution of the second quote. The Ada County Commissioners and the county’s Development Services Department held a public meeting on Jan. 9 where residents shared their ...

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