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Roundup 5.20.16 (access required)

El Gallo Giro has leased 3,000 square feet at 615 Main St. in Boise.  Gary Bates of Michener Investments represented the lessee and Randy Limani of Arthur Berry represented the landlord. A 10 space Mobile Home Park at 1745 N. ...

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Idaho officials in the market for timberland, farmland

The Idaho Land Board voted May 17 to get back to its roots of managing timberland and agricultural land. The unanimous vote by the five-member board to adopt a new strategic reinvestment plan calls for using money from the sale ...

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Roundup 5.13.16 (access required)

Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. of Idaho leased 2,650 square feet in the 90 W Cottonwood Court building, 90 W. Cottonwood Court, in Eagle. Karena Gilbert of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the tenant. Jamie Anderson of Colliers International represented the ...

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Coeur d’Alene may allow vacation rentals (access required)

Coeur d’Alene is writing an ordinance that will allow residents to turn their property into short-term vacation rentals. A draft of the ordinance was sent to lawyers to be reviewed and then the edited version will be released to the ...

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Changing of the guard is ahead at CCDC

Three new commissioners will be seated on the Capital City Development Corp. Board of Commissioners in June as Commissioners Lauren McLean and David Eberle step down. McLean’s five-year term expired May 9 and Eberle is stepping down after serving an ...

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Roundup 5.6.16 (access required)

A private investor purchased the fully leased, 6,780 square foot office building at 1140 American Legion in Mountain Home. John Stevens, CCIM, of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the buyer.  Karla Post of Century 21 represented the seller. Gym Stars Gymnastics ...

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Crescent Rim condo construction starts back up (access required)

Crescent Rim Condo construction, sidelined by the economic collapse and then slowed by a shortage of workers, has started up again. “It took a while to find quality subcontractors,” said builder Bill Clark, who started construction on the second phase ...

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Neighbor vs. absentee neighbor: the Airbnb wars

It’s a beautiful spring evening, you’ve just finished a BBQ dinner in the back yard, and you’re settling in with a glass of wine to enjoy a bit of quiet at the end of a long day. Suddenly, and for ...

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