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New condo development planned for Boise’s downtown core (access required)

More than two dozen new condos are slated for construction in downtown Boise with the potential for  more in an adjacent office building. The new housing units are planned for an 11,500-square-foot parking lot at 119 10th St. The six-story ...

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Cafe Ole to close downtown Boise restaurant (access required)

Longtime downtown Boise restaurant Café Ole is closing. General Manager Brandt Casey said the Mexican restaurant at 404 S. Eighth St. will close Mar. 1, after 33 years in business. Its other two restaurants on Milwaukee Road in Boise and ...

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Idaho foreclosure filings spike in January (access required)

Idaho foreclosure filings more than doubled between December and January, according to information from RealtyTrac. That’s much higher than the 8 percent increase measured nationwide. Notices of default, which begin the foreclosure process, were up 61 percent from December, but ...

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Younger is the reality in real estate (access required)

Sara Jacobson, a real estate agent in Boise, was sitting in a model home chatting with prospective buyers when a man in his 50s approached and fired questions at her about available homes, sales and other data. “I answered every ...

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Roundup 2.14.14 (access required)

Southwest Hide Co. leased 3,884 square feet of office space at 9458-9207 W. Black Eagle Drive in Boise. The Sundance Company facilitated the transaction. The College of Western Idaho leased 6,039 square feet of office space at 9314 and 9300 ...

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Cabela’s to open third Idaho location (access required)

  Another Cabela’s is opening in Idaho. The company, which specializes in hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, will open a 42,000-square-foot store in Ammon that will serve the greater Idaho Falls area.  Construction will begin later this year with a ...

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Spying landlord hit with $1M verdict (access required)

A jury in a suburb of Washington, D.C., has found a landlord liable for more than $1 million in damages for using a hidden camera to spy on a former tenant and her then-boyfriend. The jury verdict in Montgomery County, ...

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Roundup 1.31.14 (access required)

An investor purchased the former Mortimer’s space in the historic Belgravia Building, at 451-455 W. Main St. in Boise. Ben Zamzow and Mike Greene, of Thornton Oliver Keller, represented the seller. Brent Bungard, of Arthur Berry, represented the purchaser. Community ...

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Eighth & Main tenants starting to open for business (access required)

Eighth & Main’s first tenants are making the move into Boise’s newest skyscraper. Parsons Behle & Latimer and Zions Bank both started moving their offices into the 17-story building Jan. 17. Parsons Behle & Latimer, an intellectual property law firm, ...

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Roundup 1.24.14 (access required)

JUZ Electronic LLC leased 24,325 square feet of industrial space at 5100 N. Sawyer Ave. in Boise. JUZ Electronic provides computer recycling services. Chris Pearson, of Thornton Oliver Keller, represented the landlord. Tim Sullivan, of Michener Investments, represented the tenant. ...

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