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Idaho lawmakers consider changes to urban renewal laws

A group of Idaho lawmakers is narrowing down recommendations on how to improve oversight on boards that helped lure major companies to the state. The 10-member Urban Renewal Agency Interim Committee met Nov. 16 to discuss possible change but will ...

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Demand for office space is outpacing supply (access required)

The supply-and-demand principle is in full effect for office space in the Portland-metro area, in Boise and throughout the nation, according to third-quarter market reports from Colliers International’s Portland office. The constrained supply of space is expected to remain an ...

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Chubbuck mall seeks TIF, business growth (access required)

Chubbuck City Council has approved the creation of a tax increment financing district, or TIF, to spur development at its Pine Ridge Mall. A TIF is a district that a municipality can create to encourage development. The TIF doesn’t affect ...

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Idahoans are buying more homes, but minorities face challenges

Home loan submissions in Idaho increased for the second year in a row as the state continues to recover from the Great Recession, according to housing data submitted by banks and mortgage companies. More construction coupled with more confidence in ...

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Roundup 11.6.15 (access required)

IM Services Group leased 2,668 square feet in the Eagle Crest Building, 5418 N. Eagle Road, in Boise.  Bob Mitchell of Thornton Oliver Keller represented the landlord.  Steve Yates of CBC Advisors represented the tenant. A Lively Chef Catering Inc. ...

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US housing recovery divided on age, race and place

It’s the most profitable time to sell a house since the Great Recession started in late 2007. But first-time buyers are increasingly scarce. More Americans are qualifying for mortgages, yet minorities still get disproportionately rejected. Three new industry analyses released ...

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Oregon couple buys Idaho’s Soldier Mountain Ski Area from nonprofit

An Oregon couple  is buying an Idaho ski area once owned by actor Bruce Willis. Soldier Mountain Ski Area announced Nov. 4 that it is being purchased by Matt and Diane McFerran of Bend, Ore. The Times-News of Twin Falls ...

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Sustainable Design: Commercial real estate experts on tenant preferences (access required)

This fall, Idaho Business Review is publishing Square Feet, a quarterly magazine dedicated to commercial and residential design, construction and real estate. This Q & A with real estate professionals appeared in the print edition, which was distributed with the ...

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