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The year in review: Real estate and construction (access required)

2018 was a banner year for Idaho development. A number of large-scale office parks, apartment complexes and retail developments broke ground across the state – one more reflection of the area’s incredible growth. Here is a look back at some ...

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Saint Alphonsus facility expands to new space (access required)

The Center for Global Health & Healing at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center has moved to a larger space to handle an expanding and diverse patient base. Hospital staffers, community members and Mayor Dave Bieter were on hand Dec. 13 ...

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New hospital in Meridian to help fill mental health treatment gap (access required)

A 72-bed inpatient and outpatient behavioral health facility will open in Meridian in January after a for-profit company saw a need to expand mental health care in the Treasure Valley. Cottonwood Creek Behavioral Hospital at 2131 S. Bonito Way will ...

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Forum on the Future 2018 Report

Click on the pdf icon to download an offline pdf version of the Forum on the Future report. To learn more about our annual Forum on the Future, click here. To watch the Facebook livestream of the event, click here.

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Round Up 12.21.18 (access required)

Chubbuck Dialysis LLC purchased 2.37 acres of land at Yellowstone Avenue and Knudsen Boulevard in Chubbuck. Don Zebe and Jared Zebe of Colliers International represented the seller. David McDonald of Idaho Commercial Brokerage represented the buyer. Cracklin Gourmet Popcorn extended ...

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Apartments for homeless vets OK’d by city (access required)

Construction of a 26-unit housing project is expected to start this spring for local military veterans experiencing homelessness. According to a news release from the City of Boise, Valor Pointe, which will be located on the southwest corner of State ...

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Freddie Mac: Housing supply inadequate across U.S.

After nearly a decade of low levels of building, housing stock is too low to meet demand nationwide. New research from Freddie Mac finds that if supply continues to fall short, home prices and rents are likely to outpace income. ...

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City greenlights new East Main Historic District (access required)

Preservationists are hailing a unanimous vote by the Boise City Council on Dec. 11 that created a new historic district – an action which will protect 11 properties in an area of eastern downtown Boise. Now known as the East ...

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St. Luke’s sky bridge hoisted into place (access required)

Construction crews worked quickly over the weekend of Dec. 14-15 to install the new sky bridge connecting the new Idaho Elks Children’s Pavilion with St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital. The steel and glass bridge now hangs over Avenue B between East ...

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