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Roundup 2.5.16 (access required)

Alliance Title and Escrow Co. leased 6,447 square feet in the Video Eye building, 9465 Emerald St., in Boise.  Greg Gaddis with Tenant Realty Advisors represented the tenant and DJ Thompson of Cushman Wakefield|Commerce represented the Landlord. CDI Contractors Inc. ...

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Idaho 2020: State should loosen urban renewal regulations (access required)

A report commissioned by the new policy group Idaho 2020 concluded Idaho is trailing far behind state competitors in the areas of business tax climate and several local development tools. The study was conducted by the conservative think tank the ...

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Broulim’s grocer opens at Sandcreek Commons in Ammon (access required)

In the past year or so, Sandcreek Commons in Ammon has transformed from 40 mostly undeveloped acres to eastern Idaho’s second-largest shopping center. Broulim’s Fresh Foods, an eastern Idaho supermarket chain, opened its 60,000-square-foot store Dec. 21 to become Sandcreek’s ...

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Brokers: Surge of new office space won’t dampen demand (access required)

People who spend much time socializing in downtown Boise these days have grown accustomed to conversational pauses brought on by the grinding clack of jackhammers and the buzz of electric saws from nearby construction projects. Two projects largely responsible for ...

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Idaho BOMA looks ahead (access required)

You can’t make everyone happy, but this year, the members of BOMA Idaho are going to give it a try. BOMA, the Building and Managers Association, has a long list of issues to watch in the coming year. Among them: ...

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Residential management group emphasizes continuing ed (access required)

Southwestern Idaho’s professional group for residential property managers, NARPM, is readying its members for a changing rental landscape as apartment construction accelerates and newcomers arrive to take jobs in the state. Like so many people in business, NARPM’s president, Cory ...

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