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81-room Comfort Suites motel planned for Boise (access required)

A Boise lodging entity plans next year to build an 81-room, three-story Comfort Suites motel on the southeast corner of Vista Avenue and Canal Street, north of Interstate 84 and the Boise Airport. Ray Patel, co-owner of Eishwarya Lakshmi Corp., ...

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Construction of Linder Crossing draws inquiry from possible tenants (access required)

Construction of Linder Crossing, a multi-tenant building designed for neighborhood service and retail businesses, is under way in western Meridian. The single-story building of 14,880 square feet is expected to be finished in early December on 2.2 acres at the ...

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'Thursdays' offers returned goods from big stores (access required)

Is there a market for new products, including electronic gear, priced at 30 to 40 percent below retail? Just maybe, and that steal-of-a-deal appeal may be heightened when the store is open only one day a week. At least, that’s ...

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Krispy Kreme slated for Fairview (access required)

Idaho’s first Krispy Kreme Doughnuts store is among tenants expected in an 18-acre retail and office development planned at the southwest corner of the busy Fairview Avenue-Eagle Road intersection. Up to 25 retail and office buildings are slated in the ...

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Boise Tower developer's suit goes to court in January (access required)

Trial is set to begin Jan. 20 of a case in which Boise Tower developer Rick Peterson claims the project’s future was jeopardized by another developer’s published comments. Boise Tower Associates LLC, Peterson’s project entity, is suing Gary Christensen and ...

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Zions Bank expands Boise office (access required)

Zions Bank has expanded its downtown Boise office and retail branch in the Alexander Building at Ninth and Main streets. The bank, which moved into the building of about 8,000 square feet in the summer of 2001, recently finished remodeling ...

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Ex-BSU prof cites 'underlying trends' of slow recovery (access required)

It may not be as bad as it looks. That’s the view of Arun Raha, an economist and former Boise State University professor scheduled to speak at BSU Oct. 10. Raha said some recent data reports may have overemphasized negative ...

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Hampton Inn slated near Idaho Center (access required)

A Montana-based hotel group plans to break ground in October on a 101-room Hampton Inn & Suites hotel near the Idaho Center in Nampa. The four-story hotel, estimated to cost $7.8 million, will border the Idaho Center complex to the ...

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Mountain Home to get Wendy's restaurant (access required)

Wendy’s has started construction on its 12th Treasure Valley fast-food restaurant in Mountain Home and plans to open it the first week of December. Foundation work for the 3,200-square-foot Wendy’s began in late August on American Legion Boulevard near Interstate ...

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Developer loses civil case, is jailed on grand theft charge (access required)

Boise developer Larry Durkin was arrested last week on a grand theft charge in connection with conversion of funds paid by Family Center shopping center backer Nick Vidalakis, which was an object of a civil trial, police said. Durkin was ...

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