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Roundup 10.30.15 (access required)

Mother Earth Brewing Company leased 40,710 square feet of industrial space at the I-84 Industrial Park, 1428 Madison St., in Nampa. Chris Pearson, SIOR, and Devin Pierce of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. OFF-SPEC Solutions LLC, leased 3,050 square ...

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Fewer Americans signed contracts to buy homes in September

September marked a slowdown in Americans signing contracts to buy homes, the second consecutive decline for a real estate market that has been rebounding for the first half of 2015. The National Association of Realtors said Oct. 29 that its ...

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The Watercooler is winding down (access required)

Activity is winding down at Boise’s Watercooler business incubator as its managers prepare to close the building to make way for an apartment development. The last tenant will move out of the Watercooler Oct. 30, said Rick Ritter, who helped ...

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Redevelopment agency to build downtown housing in Idaho Falls (access required)

The Idaho Falls Redevelopment Agency is looking to increase downtown housing. A study released in June by Leland Consulting Group, of Portland, Ore. concluded the city needs about 500 downtown housing units to drive business to the area, and said such ...

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Park Place sits atop the apartment construction tidal wave (access required)

Meridian-based Park Place Property Management, the Treasure Valley’s largest property management company, is riding a tidal wave of apartment construction. It’s involved in more than a half dozen multi-family housing construction projects with more to come. Park Place and its ...

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Supreme Court validates Boise Centre’s bonding agreement (access required)

The Idaho Supreme Court has cleared the way to enable the Greater Boise Auditorium District to finance its Boise Centre expansion project. The court on Oct. 15 overturned 4th District Judge Lynn Norton’s ruling in 2014 that denied GBAD’s proposed ...

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