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IBR celebrates 2018 Top Projects winners (access required)

Boise Centre East

Boise Centre proved to be the perfect setting for the Idaho Business Review’s 2018 Top Projects event on Sept. 13. The downtown convention center’s recent expansion was awarded the Project of the Year honor by the distinguished panel of 12 ...

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Roundup 9.14.18 (access required)

OfficeWork Software LLC leased 1,153 square feet at Bown Crossing, 2242 E. Riverwalk Drive, Suite 220, in Boise. Ben Kneadler and Mike Erkmann of NAI Select facilitated this transaction. Nordic Knives leased 2,900 square feet at 825 W. Broad St., ...

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Donations save small downtown Emmett park (access required)

A small impromptu park at downtown Emmett’s main intersection was recently acquired by the Kiwanis Club of Emmett. The Kiwanis Aug. 16 acquisition with a donated $40,000 resolves the potential loss to development of this .33 acre Pioneer Park at ...

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Roundup 9.7.18 (access required)

Red Bench LLC leased 2,635 square feet at Eagle Road and Colchester Drive in Eagle. Mike Christensen of Colliers International represented the tenant. Beau Manwaring of Hawkins Companies represented the landlord. Workout Anytime leased 7,200 square feet at 6906-7158 W. ...

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Boise Colliers expands to Twin Falls

Boise-based Colliers International Idaho will open a Twin Falls office by the end of September in the newly renovated 1922 Historic Elks Lodge Building in downtown. Colliers recruited local broker Steve Di Lucca, a founder and for 24 years broker ...

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Roundup 8.31.18 (access required)

Office Evolution Idaho LLC leased 5,741 square feet at 999 W. Main St. in Boise. Scott Feighner, Dave Cadwell and Scott Raeber of Colliers International represented the landlord. Jennifer McEntee and DJ Thompson of Cushman & Wakefield Pacific represented the ...

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Group buys Idaho ranch to protect bighorn sheep habitat

A conservation group has purchased a 4.5-square-mile ranch in Idaho with the purpose of protecting bighorn sheep. Portland, Oregon-based Western Rivers Conservancy purchased the Ten Mile Creek Ranch near Lewiston the week of August 20, the Lewiston Tribune reported. The ...

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