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Ross Dress for Less heads for renovated Plantation (access required)

Ross Dress For Less plans to open a store in Garden City’s renovated Plantation Shopping Center this fall. The discount apparel chain leased an approximately 25,000-square-foot space between the shopping center’s Big Lots and Big 5 Sporting Goods stores, said ...

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Additional restaurant targets Eighth & Main (access required)

Rob Godsill, who owns the Bob’s Sunrise Café chain and is finishing a second Cheerleaders Sports Bar & Grill in the Boise area, on March 27 signed a letter of intent to lease a 4,500-square-foot space on the second floor ...

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Too low? Highway district offer protested by owners (access required)

  A Meridian couple has put up more than 70 flags and a slew of signs to protest an offer from Ada County Highway District for land the district wants to use for a roundabout.    Dan and Jo Luke say ...

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Smaller boom, smaller bust in Idaho Falls real estate (access required)

The Idaho Falls commercial real estate market didn’t boom the way other markets did about eight years ago, and it didn’t go bust as badly, either. “It was not as drastic as the Boise market, but we definitely felt it,” ...

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FHA moves to decrease its mortgage market share (access required)

The Federal Housing Administration did its job, officials say. When no one could get mortgages after the housing market crashed, home buyers came to FHA, and FHA got the qualified ones mortgages. The market share of federally insured home loans–those ...

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Idaho Falls home sales still falling (access required)

The behavior of the Idaho Falls area’s housing market has been relatively independent of the U.S. economy’s rise and fall over the last seven years – especially compared to the market in Ada County. 2005 produced the period’s second lowest median price in Bonneville ...

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Meridian hires Chatterton as community development director (access required)

The City of Meridian has named Bruce Chatterton to the new position of community development director.  He oversees the Planning and Building Services departments, and is involved with economic development.   Mayor Tammy de Weerd said work on creating the new ...

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Panel rejects Dunkley Music building as a potential convention center site (access required)

A proposed new Boise convention center won’t be located on a two-block stretch along Capitol Boulevard after Greater Boise Auditorium District board members excluded the site in a March 19 meeting. Board members voted unanimously to scrap the site, which ...

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Eighth & Main tenants announced (access required)

The planned 16-story Eighth & Main building in downtown Boise has more than half its space spoken for following the announcement of five new tenants. The 280,000-square-foot building, announced last fall with Zions Bank as anchor, also will house Ruth’s ...

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CCDC board approves new garage system operator (access required)

The Capital City Development Corp. board has approved a contract with Ampco System Parking to operate the Boise urban renewal agency’s six downtown garages. Ampco will take over April 1 from Republic Parking Northwest, which has operated the garages since ...

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