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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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Worker preferences drive new office designs (access required)

The popular narrative that companies are moving to dense urban areas with a preference for open, collaborative spaces in a bid to placate and attract younger employees may not be the full story. Examining how millennials, technology and e-commerce are ...

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Roundup 1.15.16

Intermountain Fair Housing Council leased 2,385 square feet in the Hillcrest Business Center, 4696 W. Overland Road, Suite 140, in Boise. Chrissy Smith and Jen McEntee of Cushman & Wakefield/Commerce facilitated this transaction. Chipotle Mexican Grill of Kansas LLC leased ...

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Roundup 1.8.16 (access required)

W Business Capital leased 836 square feet in the Eagle Capital Building, 3023 E. Copper Point Drive, Suite 110, in Meridian. Brii Mason of Northwest Commercial Advisors represented the tenant and Kristi Bowins of Alpine Properties represented the landlord in ...

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Moscow, Spokane will lose their Macy’s stores

The Macy’s stores in Moscow and downtown Spokane are among the 36 stores Macy’s Inc. will be shutting down in coming months as the company retrenches in an ever-changing retail environment. The Macy’s store in the Moscow’s Palouse Mall is ...

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Office space has a new look and feel (access required)

Offices are taking down their walls and opening up the floor to discussion. Meanwhile a decrease in per-person office space ratios means co-workers are sharing tighter quarters than ever. Between the years 2000 and 2010, the average per-person office space ...

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US pending home sales slip in November

Fewer people signed contracts to purchase homes in November, as the real estate market appears to have cooled after sales gains for much of 2015. The National Association of Realtors said Dec. 30 that its seasonally adjusted pending home sales ...

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US home prices climb in October, helped by solid job market

Steady job growth, low mortgage rates and tight inventories helped fuel rising U.S. home prices in October. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller 20-city home price index rose 5.5 percent in the 12 months ending in October, up from a 5.4 percent ...

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Roundup 12.25.15 (access required)

Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation leased 3,580 square feet of office space at 111 W. Sanetta St. in Nampa.  Mike Peña, Bryant Jones and Lincoln Hagood of Colliers International facilitated the transaction. Land View Inc. leased 5,900 square feet  of ...

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