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Legislature passes bill to reform urban renewal agencies (access required)

The Idaho Legislature passed a bill to reform urban renewal agencies. The bill, which will go into effect July 1 if it’s signed by the governor, would make several changes to how urban renewal agencies operate. The five biggest changes: ...

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Holster manufacturer will move into former Post Falls Factory Outlets (access required)

Handgun holster manufacturer Thomas Tedder will consolidate his operations in the former Post Falls Factory Outlets mall that he acquired Jan. 22. Tedder Industries makes Alien Gear and Old Faithful holsters in two locations in Hayden and one in Coeur ...

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Roundup 3.25.16 (access required)

Don Aslett’s Cleaning Center leased 3,300 square feet in Overland Park Center,  7115 Overland Road, in Boise. Bob Mitchell and Holly Chetwood of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. pi Baby leased 1,000 square feet in Pineview Plaza, 10870 W. ...

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House Committee sends urban renewal bill to floor to be amended (access required)

A plan to reform urban renewal agencies has been sent to the House floor where representatives can add changes if they want. The bill was created by a joint ad-hoc committee that worked for nine months to create a proposal ...

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US home sales slump in February; supply shortage hits market

Americans retreated from home-buying in February, reversing months of prior gains as low inventories push up prices to levels that restrict sales. The National Association of Realtors said March 21 that sales of existing homes fell 7.1 percent last month ...

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Roundup 3.18.16 (access required)

House Of Hounds leased 10,967 square feet of industrial space at 2181 Commerce Ave. in Boise.  Chris Pearson, SIOR, of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. Trybe leased 2,250 square feet of office space located at 515 S. Fitness Place ...

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Albertsons to buy 29 Haggen stores in Washington and Oregon (access required)

Boise-based Albertsons LLC is seeking U.S. Bankruptcy Court approval to purchase 29 Haggen supermarkets, mostly in northwestern Washington and in Oregon’s Willamette Valley, for $106 million, according to documents filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware. Fourteen of these stores ...

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