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Round Up 2.22.19 (access required)

Pigment Hair Salon leased 1,311 square feet of retail space at 3525 W. State Street in Boise. Holly Chetwood of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. Foothills School of Arts & Sciences, Inc. purchased the 22,046-square-foot former Creamery building at ...

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Mobile instrumentation systems company expands operations to Boise facility (access required)

Ravenswood Solutions, a Fremont, California-based company that sells GPS-based mobile instrumentation systems to the military, first responders and other clients for training purposes, will expand its operations to Boise, adding up to 40 jobs, the company has confirmed. Ravenswood will ...

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BOMA speakers look beyond the boom (access required)

Idaho will have to compete with surrounding states for talented workers in the coming years, and the Gem State is at a disadvantage because it lacks funding mechanisms for local governments to fuel growth, such as school bonds and local ...

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Preservationists encourage renovation, not demolition of apartments (access required)

Historic preservationists, nearby residents and diehard fans of Art Deco architecture are rallying to save the Travis Apartment building, which has been a landmark of its West Downtown neighborhood since its completion in 1937. One of the apartment building’s owners ...

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Round Up 2.14.19 (access required)

Explore Wellness PLLC leased 1,614 square feet of office space at 2300 S. Orchard St. in Boise.  Steve Winger of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. George and Maria Nunes purchased 2,768 square feet of retail space at 128 W. Georgia Ave. ...

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Sacramento tops national list for in-migration; San Francisco, Denver see high out-migration

New data from real estate brokerage Redfin indicate that Sacramento topped the nation for net in-migration during the fourth quarter, while San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and Denver had the nation’s highest net outflows of population. Denver ...

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