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Idaho Fleet Services builds shop, office in Meridian (access required)

Idaho Fleet Service Inc., which specializes in commercial vehicle maintenance, has started construction on a shop and office building on Baltic Place north of Franklin Road, Meridian. Jerry Cripe, president and business manager, said Idaho Fleet will own the 11,700-square-foot ...

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Mexican baker Panaderia sees market in Boise (access required)

Panaderia & Pasteleria, a Jerome-based Mexican bakery, plans to open a second Idaho bakery in Boise before the end of November in the Shiloh Centre on Fairview Avenue between Maple Grove Road and Milwaukee Street. Owners Abel and Sandra Ornelas ...

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Developer says work on Boise Tower may resume (access required)

New construction work on the stalled Boise Tower project could begin this week if details of a pre-construction agreement with the city are accepted, developer Rick Peterson said last week. Peterson said he and others associated with the $60 million ...

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Longtime Boise attorney to relocate to Meridian (access required)

Longtime Boise-area attorney Ken Mallea plans to move into a new building early next year under construction in the Troutner Business Park on Franklin Road in Meridian, between Linder and Meridian roads. Mallea, a general practitioner in the Valley since ...

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Meridian-based architect plans office in Rocky Mountain Business Park (access required)

Michael Falash, a Meridian-based architect and builder, plans to construct a two-story office building in Rocky Mountain Business Park in Eagle. The 14,000-square-foot Eagle Plaza would be built on a nearly one-acre site at the southeast corner of State Street ...

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Hubble Homes buys land in Emmett, Kuna for development (access required)

A $4.5 million commitment for initial land acquisition in Emmett is among several recent moves by Hubble Homes to significantly expand its inventory of homesites for development. Since early October, Hubble has committed to double the number of subdivisions it ...

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Meridian Development plans mixed-use revitalization for Old Town (access required)

A Meridian Development Corp. plan to revitalize the city’s Old Town area could help improve infrastructure and attract new businesses and buildings, advocates say. The Meridian City Council gave initial approval last month to the Meridian Revitalization Plan, which includes ...

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Ada apartment vacancy rate drops (access required)

Average vacancy in Ada County apartment complexes dropped in the latest quarter but remains above year-ago levels, a late-October survey indicates. Ada Real Estate Surveys pegged average vacancy at 7.9 percent, down from 8.8 percent at the end of July ...

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MeTime Coffeehouse to open near Harris Ranch subdivision (access required)

MeTime Coffeehouse, an independently owned and operated coffee and espresso shop, plans a mid-December opening in the Mill Station building near the entrance to the Harris Ranch subdivision at Warm Springs Avenue and Eckert Road. Owners Beth and Mike Alpaugh, ...

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Meat store to reopen in North Channel center in Eagle (access required)

The Porterhouse, a retail meat store in Eagle, is to reopen later this month in the North Channel center at Riverside Drive and Eagle Road, near a Hilton Garden Inn under construction. Owner and Meridian resident Dave Faulk, who opened ...

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