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Alturas Capital buys and fills Entertainment Avenue office building

Eagle-based Alturas Capital has nearly filled the 83,284-square-foot Fourteen Forty-Four office building, 1444 S. Entertainment Ave., since buying the five-story, Class A office building for an undisclosed price Dec. 16. Over the winter, Alturas, working with CBC Advisors, signed on ...

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Idaho Youth Ranch will move Fairview store into former Kmart building (access required)

Nearly half the former Kmart building on Fairview Avenue on Boise’s west side has tenants signed up to move in this September. Idaho Youth Ranch is the third tenant announced for the 84,000-square-foot-structure. The IYR thrift store, Johnny’s Fit Club ...

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Roundup 3.17.17 (access required)

An Nguyen leased 1,364 square feet at the Vista Village Shopping Center, 800-1022 S. Vista Ave., Suite 1118, in Boise. Mike Christensen and Mallisa Jackson of Colliers International facilitated this transaction. McNabb’s Tattoo and Fine Arts leased 1,260 square feet ...

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Twin Falls wants to convert historic warehouses for manufacturing (access required)

Century-old warehouse districts across the country have found renewed life, largely as popular entertainment districts, and now Twin Falls has its own ideas for empty warehouses at downtown’s southern edge. Twin Falls wants to fill warehouses with small manufacturers, especially ...

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Roundup 3.10.17 (access required)

Alloway Lighting leased 5,000 square feet at 1501 W. Main St. in Boise. Mike Christensen, Brook Blakeslee, and Mallisa Jackson of Colliers International represented the landlord. Karena Gilbert of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the tenant. KMP TSC LLC dba Tropical ...

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Bill would protect Idaho homeowners from squatters

Legislation seeking to protect homeowners and landlords from squatters is headed to the Idaho Senate. Last year, a judge blocked a Nampa couple from expediting the eviction of a stranger who had moved into their vacant home. That’s because current ...

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