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Idaho Parents Unlimited to relocate into downtown Boise building (access required)

A long vacant downtown Boise building is getting a new tenant and a face lift. Idaho Parents Unlimited, a non-profit that serves people with disabilities, is moving into a former furniture store and Idaho Candy warehouse at 500 S. Eighth Street ...

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Eagle Performing Arts takes former Ugobe building

Eagle Performing Arts Center plans to move and expand by January following interior remodeling of the space occupied by former tech company Ugobe. “Dancers just love space. The more space we have to move in, the better we can train,” ...

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Terry Reilly Health Services expands to downtown

Terry Reilly Health Services plans a nearly 9,000-square-foot medical clinic at 300 S. 23rd St. in downtown Boise. The nonprofit community health center operator will move staff from a 3,200-square-foot clinic at 848 La Cassia St. and add personnel, Executive ...

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Swiss bank working on Tamarack land lease

UPDATE – Idaho officials said a Credit Suisse Group-led lender consortium is among those working to help cover Tamarack Resort’s tardy lease to use state land, as jockeying over the failed Idaho ski area’s future continues. No agreement is finalized, ...

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Commentary: All stimulus is local

Stephen LeDoux PORTLAND, Ore. – President Obama recently told the New York Times that one thing he has learned on the job is that there is no such thing as a “shovel ready” project. Hence, there is a long delay ...

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Real estate broker commissions at lowest percentage of GDP since 82

The third quarter GDP growth of 2 percent holds little good news for real estate brokers. Brokers’ commissions as a percentage of GDP are at the lowest levels since 1982, according to figures from the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Sales ...

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Idaho’s Silver Mountain resort for sale

Oregon window and door manufacturer Jeld-Wen has put several Northwest destination resorts up for sale. The privately held company based in Klamath Falls declined to comment about why it is selling some of the best-known resort properties in the region, ...

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Home foreclosure auctions likely won’t be affected in Idaho (access required)

While some states are calling off home foreclosure auctions as lenders review paperwork that may be flawed, Idaho won’t likely be affected. In Maryland for instance, 70 percent of scheduled auctions for foreclosed homes at three Towson-based auction houses were ...

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