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A word with Colliers’ Devin Ogden on Idaho’s industrial real estate market (access required)

It’s no secret Idaho’s real estate market is hot, and that includes industrial space. Devin Ogden, who specializes in industrial brokerage services, offered insights earlier in February, at the BOMA Idaho commercial real estate symposium. This Q&A, edited for length ...

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Who can afford rent in Boise? (access required)

Average rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Boise over time, with comparisons to other metros. Click to enlarge. Graphic by Catie Clark.

Boise’s steepening rents didn’t improve at all in April. They rose 2.9% compared to March. In comparison, the March to April increase nationally was 0.9%. Month-over-month growth in Boise ranks No. 2 among the nation’s 100 largest cities. These figures ...

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Roundup May 10 (access required)

Alloway Lighting extended a lease on 5,000 square feet of retail space at 1501 W. Main St. in Boise. Karena Gilbert of TOK Commercial represented the tenant. Mallisa Jackson and Mike Christensen of Colliers Idaho represented the landlord. Cold-Tech Refrigeration ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ In-N-Out is into Boise (access required)

In-N-Out continues its Idaho invasion evidenced by an April 25 permit application. The storied California burger joint applied for a planning permit to hold a neighborhood meeting on its plans to open its second Idaho location in Boise. This follows ...

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Idaho Falls breaks ground for its first police station (access required)

1950s aerial photo of the Idaho Falls Stockyard

For the first time in its 158-year history, Idaho Falls broke ground on its first consolidated stand-alone police station on April 28. In all of that time, local Idaho Falls law enforcement has shared space with other city departments in ...

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Idaho’s year-over-year 111.86% foreclosure increase: no big deal (access required)

Foreclosure activity for Idaho in the first quarter of 2022 was up 16.82% compared to the previous quarter and up an eye-popping 111.86% compared to Q1 in 2021, according to housing data firm ATTOM Data Solutions. While these look like ...

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Idaho manufacturers spaced out? (access required)

TechHelp manufacturing specialists provide information, services and training that helps Idaho inventors, entrepreneurs and manufacturers succeed and grow. As companies grow, space can become an issue. Before packing up and moving operations, TechHelp encourages companies to see if they can ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Ketchum puts affordable housing on ballot (access required)

Downtown Ketchum.

Ketchum is asking its residents to vote on May 17 to increase the city’s local options tax (LOT) and to use the funds raised to support affordable housing. As a resort community, Ketchum is one of the few municipalities allowed ...

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Roundup May 3 (access required)

Howard Street Investigations leased 833 square feet of office space at 223 N. Sixth St. in Boise. Bree Wells, Jen McEntee and DJ Thompson of Cushman & Wakefield facilitated this transaction. NJ3REB LLC purchased 1.14 acres of land at 2950 E. ...

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Idaho warehouses: Then and now  (access required)

You might be surprised to learn how many buildings that you go into on a regular basis used to be warehouses.  The main Boise Library? Warehouse.  CSHQA’s office across the street from the Ada County Courthouse? Warehouse. The new 2nd ...

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