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Roundup 6.15.18 (access required)

Ascension Dance leased 2,367 square feet at 8013 W. Fairview Ave. in Boise. Mallisa Jackson of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. National Compliance Services LLC leased 1,521 square feet at 9448 W. Fairview Ave. in Boise. Lincoln Hagood, Mike Peña ...

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HomeGoods opens second Idaho store in Twin Falls

HomeGoods will be the latest national retailer to grace the Twin Falls shopping scene as the store opens June 24 at the Canyon Park East shopping center. The store will be only the second in Idaho for HomeGoods; it has ...

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Roundup 6.8.18 (access required)

Boise Valley Habitat for Humanity extended a 17,986-square-foot lease at 10537 W. Overland Road in Boise. Mike Christensen and Brook Blakeslee of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. Christine M. Thomas purchased 2,876 square feet at 123 N. Yale St. in ...

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Weiser looks to attract a 40-room motel

Weiser is angling to attract what could be the largest hotel along the 387-mile stretch of U.S. 95 between Riggins and Winnemucca. City leaders have applied for a $10,000 USDA rural development  grant that would pay for a feasibility report ...

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Idaho officials pitch land swap in Lochsa River basin

Idaho officials are pitching a north-central Idaho land exchange involving a private timber company and the U.S. Forest Service that could result in Idaho receiving deed to some federal lands. The proposal calls for Western Pacific Timber to deed 38,000 ...

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Roundup 6.1.18 (access required)

Guymon Orthodontics leased 1,560 square feet at 16566 N. Marketplace Blvd. in Nampa. Mike Christensen of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. Envirosafe LLC leased 2,172 square feet of industrial space at 16071 N. Franklin Blvd. Suite 6, in Nampa. Mike ...

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Rising Canyon County land prices threaten agriculture (access required)

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Agriculture land in rural Canyon County is becoming too expensive to farm. That’s a problem, because agriculture contributes $3 billion to Idaho’s economy, making up 5 percent of the total state gross domestic product. In fact, Idaho ranks No. 4 ...

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Market Snapshot – Ada County (access required)

In its new feature, Market Snapshot, Idaho Business Review shows readers a glimpse of Idaho homes for sale in the low, medium and high price range. This week, we’re looking at Ada County homes. Information provided by Alicia Ralston, Ralston ...

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