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Tamarack’s Boespflug in contempt for missing court date

An Idaho judge has declared the French developer of a cash-strapped Idaho ski resort in contempt for missing yet another court date on the resort’s foreclosure. Jean-Pierre Boespflug was ordered to appear in state court June 10 after missing a ...

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Boise P&Z to consider coffee drive thru and oil change shop in SE Boise (access required)

(Updated to include residential-office rezone and information on development agreement) A long vacant parcel in Southeast Boise near Parkcenter Boulevard could become home to a coffee drive thru and oil change center. Boise’s Planning & Zoning Commission could either approve or deny ...

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Four big blanks an eyesore on 30th Street landscape (access required)

A filmmaker plotting a movie about the apocalypse might want to scout out west downtown as a possible location. Wild weeds and rogue trees are busting up through the pavement on several huge vacant lots, wires leading to nowhere dangle ...

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Commercial investment real estate market starts thawing (access required)

Lawrence Ross and Roger Michener recently did something uncommon in commercial real estate in the last few years. They bought a vacant, multi-tenant building. “It’s basically a long-term investment, which is typically how most real estate investors purchase a property ...

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Investor activity seen as favorable sign for Idaho real estate market (access required)

Based on the notion that residential property pricing has either hit the basement or is nearly floored out, real estate speculators in the Treasure Valley are increasingly buying up houses – commonly at foreclosure sales – according to the Idaho ...

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Stadium move for Yakima Bears could be wake-up call for Boise (access required)

(Updates to clarify that the city will decide whether or not to study the stadium issue further) A decision this month to move the Yakima Bears baseball team to Vancouver, Wash., because of stadium problems could serve as a wake-up ...

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