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US home sales rebounded in March after February dip

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U.S. homebuyers crowded back into the market in March, kicking off a solid start to the spring buying season after sales had slumped in February. The National Association of Realtors said April 20 that sales of existing homes rose 5.1 ...

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Commercial real estate study: Gender gap persists in top posts (access required)

An office building in downtown Boise.

More women than ever before are working in senior vice president, managing director and partner roles in commercial real estate. But a significant income gap persists across the industry, particularly in C-Suite —senior executive level — positions, according to the ...

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Mixed use will define Meridian’s Ten Mile Interchange (access required)

Although mixed-use is having its moment around Idaho, that moment is a little muted in Meridian, which is known as the place where homebuyers can find a large house for their money in the wide-open spaces of a subdivision. However, ...

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Coeur d’Alene seeks to encourage mixed-use development (access required)

Photo of the Village at Riverstone courtesy of the city of Coeur d'Alene.

Coeur d’Alene has two existing mixed-use developments called Parkside and the Village at Riverstone. The city has not received any applications for new mixed-use projects, although there have been recent inquiries about mixed-use downtown, said Hilary Anderson, the city’s community ...

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Roundup 4.15.16 (access required)

Vsquared Creative has leased 1,581 square feet at 121 S. Fifth Street in Boise. Al Marino and Holly Chetwood of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the landlord.  Jarron Langston of Impact Property Management represented the tenant. Powers Tolman Farley PLLC renewed ...

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Community support can make or break a mixed-use project (access required)

The Beardmore in Priest River. Photo courtesy of Idaho Smart Growth.

While several rural Idaho cities have turned to mixed-use developments in the hope of revitalizing the downtowns, they aren’t a panacea. The success of a mixed-use development is tied to how successful the city itself is, said Deanna Smith, program ...

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Moffatt Thomas will move to One Capital Center (access required)

Moffatt Thomas will occupy the 13th floor of the One Capital Center tower in Boise. Photo by Teya Vitu,

The Moffatt Thomas law firm will move across downtown Boise from the U.S. Bank Plaza to One Capital Center into a portion of the space J.R. Simplot Co. will be leaving by the end of the year. The tower-to-tower move ...

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