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Boise Cascade Corp. questions Capital City’s plan for parking structures (access required)

Boise Cascade Corp. officials expressed concern last week that the Capital City Development Corp.’s planned Westside urban renewal area might spawn parking structures that would block views from BCC corporate headquarters at 11th and Jefferson streets. Meanwhile, Meadow Gold Dairy ...

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Boise-based construction company buys AAA Idaho building (access required)

Remodeling contractor Stronghold Construction has purchased the AAA Idaho building at Elder and Shoshone streets in Boise and plans a move there by April. The Boise-based company bought the 6,000-square-foot, single-story building in mid-September for an undisclosed price. Stronghold co-owner ...

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Boise’s Costco has no immediate plans to seek second Valley site (access required)

Does Costco have the 13-year itch? It was November 1988 when the membership discount chain’s Boise warehouse store opened in Franklin Towne Plaza, a little way south of Boise Towne Square – which had opened a few months earlier. At ...

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DBSI Group wins housing case in 9th Circuit (access required)

A recent federal appeals court decision enables a Meridian company to proceed with selling subsidized housing projects, and may set a precedent for similar cases around the country. DBSI Group will continue a two-year effort to sell 1,003 apartment units ...

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KidLink day-care under way in Mahogany Business Park (access required)

Construction is under way in the Mahogany Business Park, where crews recently broke ground on the 5,280-square-foot KidLink Learning Center. The child-care building will be in the southeast corner of the Mahogany park, on Global Lane, said Guy Levingston of ...

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Walgreen Co. plans ninth Idaho store (access required)

Walgreen Co. plans to build its ninth Idaho store on the southwest corner of Apple Street and ParkCenter Boulevard in Boise, with opening set for fall 2002. Carol Hively, a spokesperson for Deerfield, Ill.-based Walgreen Co., said last week that ...

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McDonald InsurServe to move from Nampa to Boise (access required)

Twin Falls-based insurance agency McDonald InsurServe plans to move its Treasure Valley office from Nampa to Boise as part of an initiative to increase its commercial clientele. McDonald has leased more than 4,000 square feet of space in Vista Station, ...

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East Boise apartments get facelift (access required)

The Cambridge Square and Dorchester apartment complexes off Warm Springs Avenue – east Boise fixtures since the 1960s – are receiving nearly $1 million in exterior upgrades. “At one time the Cambridge and Dorchester apartments were among the nicest apartment ...

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Nampa Auto Parts builds larger store (access required)

Construction started in early September on a Nampa Auto Parts store to replace an existing one that has operated in Nampa since 1946. Co-owner Jeff Purcell said that the new 14,000-square-foot building, which includes a mezzanine level, is being built ...

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Boise dentist plans three medical office buildings (access required)

A Boise dentist plans to build three single-story medical office buildings on a 1.5-acre vacant parcel at the southwest corner of Cloverdale and McMillan roads. According to plans filed with the City of Boise, dentist Scott Wright seeks conditional use ...

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